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ORDER OF PROCESSION 

MARSHALS 

STANLEY CORRSIN JOHN W. GRYDER 

MATTHEW A. CRENSON WILLIAM H. HUGGINS 

ELAINE C. DAVIS ROBERT A. LYSTAD 

HANS GOEDICKE EVANGELOS N. MOUDRIANAKIS 
ARCHIE GOLDEN EVERETT SCHILLER 

GERALD S. GOTTERER JOHN P. YOUNG 

THE GRADUATES 
MARSHALS 

ROBERT B. POND 
OREST RANUM 

THE DEANS 

MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF SCHOLARS 

OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY 

THE TRUSTEES 

* 

MARSHALS 

BROWN L. MURR 
FRANCIS E. ROURKE 

THE FACULTIES 

* 
CHIEF MARSHAL 

RICHARD A. MACKSEY 

THE CHAPLAINS 

THE RECIPIENT OF THE MILTON STOVER EISENHOWER MEDAL 

FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 

THE PRESENTOR OF THE RECIPIENT OF THE MILTON STOVER 

EISENHOWER MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 

THE HONORARY DEGREE CANDIDATES 

THE PROVOST OF THE UNIVERSITY 

THE PRESIDENT EMERITUS OF THE UNIVERSITY 

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 



ORDER OF EVENTS 

STEVEN MULLER 

President of the University, presiding 
* * * 

FANFARE 



PROCESSIONAL 

The audience is requested to stand as the Academic Procession 
moves into the area and to remain standing after 
the Invocation. 

" Earle of Oxford's Marche " 
William Byrd 

The Peabody Wind Ensemble 
Richard Higgins, Director 



* 



INVOCATION 

REV. CHESTER WICKWIRE 

Chaplain, The Johns Hopkins University 



THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 



GREETINGS 

ROBERT D. H. HARVEY 

Chairman of the Board of Trustees 



PRESENTATION OF THE RECIPIENT FOR THE MILTON STOVER 
EISENHOWER MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 

HELEN B. TAUSSIG 
PRESENTED BY RICHARD S. ROSS 

Vice President for the Health Divisions and Dean, School of Medicine 

* 



PRESENTATION OF NEW MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF SCHOLARS 

LEROY E. BURNEY FRITZ KURT KNEUBUHL 

JACKSON I. COPE HENRY GERARD SCHWARTZ 

JACQUES GENEST DAVID J. WEATHERALL 

SCHOLARS PRESENTED BY HARRY WOOLF 

Provost of the University 
* 

" Selections from the Water Music " 

GEORGE FREDERICK HANDEL 

The Peabody Wind Ensemble 
CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES 

GREGORY BREIT 
VIVIEN THOMAS 
LEWIS THOMAS 

PRESENTED BY HARRY WOOLF 



ADDRESS 

LEWIS THOMAS 

President, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 

* 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES ON CANDIDATES 

BACHELORS OF ARTS 
BACHELORS OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

Presented by 

GEORGE E. OWEN 

Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

* * * 

BACHELORS OF SCIENCE 

Presented by 

MALCOLM L. PETERSON 

Dean, School of Health Services 

* * * 

ASSOCIATES OF ARTS 

ASSOCIATES OF SCIENCE 

BACHELORS OF SCIENCE 

BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING 



Presented by 

ROMAN J. VERHAALEN 

Dean, Evening College 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES ON CANDIDATES 

continued 

MASTERS OF SCIENCE 

MASTERS OF EDUCATION 

MASTERS OF LIBERAL ARTS 

MASTERS OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE 

CERTIFICATES OF ADVANCED STUDY IN EDUCATION 

OR LIBERAL ARTS 

Presented by 

ROMAN J. VERHAALEN 

Dean, Evening College 

* * * 

MASTERS OF SCIENCE 
MASTERS OF HEALTH SCIENCE 
MASTERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

Presented by 

JOHN c. HUME 

Dean, School of Hygiene and Public Health 

* * * 

MASTERS OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY 

MASTERS OF ARTS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 

MASTERS OF ARTS 

Presented by 

ROBERT E. OSGOOD 

Dean, School of Advanced International Studies 

* * * 

MASTERS OF ARTS 

Presented by 

RICHARD S. ROSS 

Dean, School of Medicine 

* * * 

MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING 
MASTERS OF ARTS 

Presented by 

GEORGE E. OWEN 

Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

* * * 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES ON CANDIDATES 

continued 

DOCTORS OF SCIENCE 

DOCTORS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

Presented by 

JOHN C. HUME 

Dean, School of Hygiene and Public Health 

!|C 2|S 3p 

DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

Preset! ted by 

ROBERT E. OSGOOD 

Dean, School of Advanced International Studies 

* * * 

DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 
DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

Presented by 

RICHARD S. ROSS 

Dean, School of Medicine 

* * * 
DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

Presented by 

GEORGE E. OWEN 

Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

* * * 

STATEMENT TO THE GRADUATES 

STEVEN MULLER 

President of the University 
* 

BENEDICTION 

REV. CLYDE SHALLENBERGER 

Director, Chaplaincy Service 
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 



RECESSIONAL 
" Crown Imperial March " 

SIR WILLIAM WALTON 

The audience is requested to remain standing after the 

Benediction until the members of the faculties and 

graduates have left the area. 



CITATION FOR MILTON STOVER EISENHOWER MEDAL 
FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 

Citation Read by 

RICHARD S. ROSS 

in Presenting 

HELEN BROOKE TAUSSIG 

for the Milton Stover Eisenhower Medal for Distinguished Service 

May 21, 1976 

Mr. President, it is a privilege to present for the Milton Stover Eisenhower 
Medal for Distinguished Service, Dr. Helen Brooke Taussig. The world knows 
Dr. Taussig as the First Lady of Cardiology and we know her as the First Lady 
of Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Taussig's place of honor in the history of modern 
medicine rests upon her record of achievement in pediatric cardiology. 

The impact of her career on medicine can be appreciated by comparing 
the state of cardiology today with that which existed prior to 1945. At that 
time, congenital heart disease had been studied by anatomists, pathologists, and 
embryologists; but clinicians were not involved because there was no possibility 
of therapy. Conditions were described, cataloged, and specimens stored in 
museums, but unfortunately, the suffering which resulted from the abnormalities 
of the heart could not be alleviated. 

Dr. Taussig and Dr. Alfred Blalock saw the potential for surgical correc- 
tion of a specific type of congenital heart disease and with keen physiological 
insight devised an operation, perfected it in the animal laboratory, and applied 
it to thousands of " blue babies." 

Her role in the restoration of a healthy life to many children is, of course, 
reason enough to honor Helen Taussig, but there is more. The advent of this 
operative procedure which bears her name provided the impetus for the develop- 
ment of a number of new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. Cardiac 
catheterization, which had been used only as a tool for physiological investiga- 
tion, became a tool for diagnosis. Once cardiac surgeons realized that one form 
of congenital heart disease could be repaired, they directed their attention to 
other defects. The understanding of the pathophysiology of congenital heart 
defects and especially of the role of the pulmonary circulation in the pathogenesis 
of cyanotic abnormalities paved the way for open heart surgery using the heart- 
lung machine. 

The astounding progress of cardiac surgery in the last thirty years began 
with Taussig and Blalock. Their initial target was one relatively rare congenital 
anomaly, but the sequence they initiated has led to a situation far better than 
that which existed prior to 1945. In 1976 it is possible to say that almost all 
congenital anomalies of the heart and blood vessels can be corrected in early 
life and congenital heart disease beyond infancy is a rare disease. 

Dr. Taussig might never have come to Johns Hopkins at all if the move- 
ment for equal rights for women had begun earlier. She applied for admission 
to the Harvard School of Public Health, but learned that as a woman she could 
take courses but could not be a candidate for a degree. She started her medical 
education at Boston University and finished at Johns Hopkins, receiving her 
M. D. degree in 1927. 



She was one of the first women to be named a full professor on the Johns 
Hopkins Medical Faculty and was also the first woman president of the American 
Heart Association. 

The list of awards fills three pages in her curriculum vitae. To mention 
but a few: Women's National Press Club Award, the Passano Award, the Albert 
Lasker Award, and the James B. Herrick Award of the American Heart Associa- 
tion. She is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American 
Philosophical Society. More important than the scientific achievements and 
awards which she has earned is the love which this warm, very human woman 
has received from her patients, colleagues, and students. 

Mr. President, it is a privilege to present Helen Brooke Taussig for the 
Milton Stover Eisenhower Medal for Distinguished Service. 



JOHNS HOPKINS SOCIETY OF SCHOLARS 

The Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars was created on the recommendation 
of former President Milton S. Eisenhower and approved by action of the Uni- 
versity Board of Trustees on May 1, 1967. The Society— the first of its kind in 
the nation— inducts former postdoctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins who have 
gained marked distinction in their fields of physical, biological, medical, social 
or engineering sciences or the humanities, and for whom at least five years have 
elapsed since their postdoctoral work. The Committee of the Johns Hopkins 
Society of Scholars, whose members are equally distributed among the academic 
divisions, elects the Scholars from the candidates nominated by the academic 
divisions having programs for postdoctoral fellows. Each division has the priv- 
ilege of nominating up to three candidates for each election year. The Scholars 
are invested during the graduation ceremony, the Commemoration Day ceremony, 
or on some similar occasion and are presented with a diploma and a medallion 
with black and gold ribbon to be worn around the neck with their academic 
costume. 

Today we honor nine new members who have been elected this year to 
the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars: 

Dr. Leroy E. Burney was appointed in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisen- 
hower as Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service, a position 
in which he served with great distinction. Dr. Burney was a postdoctoral fellow 
in 1931-32 at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. He has 
conducted important research on venereal disease, served a term as president 
of the World Health Assembly, and was appointed in 1961 as vice president for 
health services at Temple University. Since 1970, he has served as president 
of the Milbank Memorial Fund in New York, where he continues to have 
a major influence on public health education throughout the United States and 
abroad. 

Dr. Jackson I. Cope was educated at the University of Illinois and The 
Johns Hopkins University, where he received a Ph. D. in English in 1952. He 
was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of English at Johns Hopkins in 
1954 and 1955, and then taught at Washington University, Rice University 
and Johns Hopkins. Distinguished as a scholar and teacher, Professor Cope has 
led the study of 17th-century prose, of Milton, and of Renaissance drama into 
fruitful new channels by his creative application of the History of Ideas 
methodology. Now he has turned to the works of James Joyce, and is enhancing 
our grasp of the connection between modern literature and our cultural tra- 
dition. He is currently the Leo S. Bing Professor of English at the University 
of Southern California. 

Dr. Jacques Genest, a native of Canada, was trained at the University of 
Montreal and from 1945 to 1948 was a research fellow in renal physiology at 
the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Genest's main contributions to 
research pertain to the humoral mechanisms of hypertension. He has been 
called the leader of Canadian clinical investigation and is one of the most 
dynamic forces in the modernization of French-Canadian medicine. Dr. Genest 
is currently professor of medicine at the University of Montreal and scientific 
director of the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal. 

Dr. Michael Kammen was educated at George Washington University and 
Harvard University, and did postdoctoral work in 1968-69 in the Department 
of History and the Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins. A prolific scholar and 
leading authority on early American history, he won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize 



in history for a book which advances a new interpretation of the character of 
American culture. His more recent narrative history of New York in the 17th 
and 18th centuries has been hailed by the president of the American Historical 
Association as a " brilliant synthesis of a highly complex society." Dr. Kammen 
is currently the Newton C. Fair Professor of American History and Culture 
and chairman of the Department of History at Cornell University. 

Dr. Fritz K. Kneubiihl, a native of Switzerland, was educated in that 
country and in Great Britain. In 1959 and 1960, he was a postdoctoral fellow 
in the Department of Physics at Johns Hopkins where he also was associated 
with Professor Walter S. Koski in the Department of Chemistry. Today, Dr. 
Kneubiihl is professor of infrared physics in the Solid State Physics Laboratory 
of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where he has developed a re- 
markably productive research group. One of the world's principal researchers 
in microwave and submillimeter radiation physics, he has especially pioneered 
in studying the physical and chemical effects of the longest wavelength laser 
on matter. 

Dr. Seiichi Matsumoto, of Japan, received his medical training at Kyoto 
University. He was a postdoctoral fellow in 1961-62 in the Department of 
Pathobiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, where 
he studied the morphological development of viruses in cells using the recently 
developed techniques of electron microscopy. He undertook an exhausting search 
for rabies virus and its relationship to the diagnostic Negri body of the infected 
brain. In later years, he has become an authority on basic problems of rabies. 
Dr. Matsumoto is currently a professor in the Institute for Virus Research at 
Kyoto University. 

Dr. Henry G. Schwartz received his undergraduate training at Princeton 
University and his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University. In 1932 
and 1933 he was a house officer in surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. 
Schwartz was among the first neurosurgeons to record electric impulses from the 
surface of the brain and develop methods for control of pain in cancer. As 
head of neurosurgery for the past 28 years at the Washington University School 
of Medicine in St. Louis, he has had a profound influence on neurological re- 
search and practice in the United States. He is currently the August A. Busch 
Jr. Professor of Neurological Surgery at Washington University. 

Dr. Milton Terris received his undergraduate degree from Columbia Uni- 
versity and his medical training at New York University. In 1943-44, he did 
postdoctoral work at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, 
where he was awarded a Master of Public Health degree. There are few in- 
dividuals who have contributed to so many diverse areas of concern in the field 
and practice of public health. He was among the first to realize the importance 
in gaining knowledge of the epidemiology of chronic diseases, and he was a 
pioneer in the study of the organization of health care services. A past president 
of the American Public Health Association, he is currently chairman of the 
Department of Community and Preventive Medicine at New York Medical 
College. 

Dr. David Weatherall, a native of Great Britain, was trained at the Uni- 
versity of Liverpool and from 1960 to 1962 was a fellow in the Department of 
Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Throughout his distinguished career his research 
has been devoted to gaining a better understanding of the basic abnormalities 
in certain diseases of the blood— especially thalassemia, which is a common 
medical problem in some parts of the world. Dr. Weatherall is currently the 
Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine at Oxford University, one of England's 
most prestigious medical posts. 



CITATIONS FOR HONORARY DEGREES 

Citation Read by 

HARRY WOOLF 

in Presenting 

GREGORY BREIT 

for the Degree of Doctor of Laws 
May 21, 1976 

Mr. President, it is most fitting that during this special year of celebration, 
The Johns Hopkins University should honor Gregory Breit, a man who has 
been called the greatest living physicist representative of the Hopkins name and 
tradition in that science. 

After coming to this country from his native Russia, Dr. Breit earned a 
bachelor's, master's and doctor's degree at this institution, completing that se- 
quence 55 years ago! He returned to Hopkins early in World War II to work 
on the proximity fuze that helped to shorten the war and bring victory to the 
Allied cause. Through personal friendships and professional contacts, he has 
maintained a closeness to this institution throughout his career. 

In that career, which spans more than half the history of this University, 
Dr. Breit was the author or coauthor of more than 250 scientific papers. He also 
wrote much of, and edited all of one volume in the prestigious series, the 
Handbuch der Physik. This prodigious output prompted a remark by Nobel 
Laureate I. I. Rabi at a tribute to Dr. Breit when he retired from Yale eight 
years ago. Dr. Rabi said he hoped that Gregory would slow down a bit now; 
it was hard enough on his contemporaries to face this dedication to physics 
and the competition it meant, but for younger physicists, his formidable output 
was nothing less than intimidating. 

Gregory Breit is one of the pioneers in nuclear physics in America, having 
contributed the basic ideas involved in nuclear resonance reactions and nucleon- 
nucleon interaction. Out of his theoretical studies have come applications of 
enormous practical importance. In the mid-1920's, working at the Carnegie 
Institution, he devised an experiment to investigate the existence of the then- 
postulated ionized layer of the earth's atmosphere. Working with Merle Tuve, 
another of Johns Hopkins' leading physicists, he proved the existence of the 
ionized layer in the upper atmosphere by using reflected radio signals. The 
design of these experiments allowed measurement of a fundamental constant 
of astrophysics— the electron density of the ionosphere. This was also a basic 
contribution to the development of radar. 

Research in resonance scattering has been a tradition at Johns Hopkins from 
the time of the discovery of light scattering from a saturated sodium vapor. Dr. 
Breit, working with Eugene P. Wigner, developed the central theory for resonance 
scattering for nuclear interactions. The fundamental Breit-Wigner formula has 
been used to establish properties of many of the states of both nuclei and sub- 
nuclear systems. He also contributed to many technical developments during 
World War II without sacrifice of his own humane values, thereby establishing 
for physicists in America a focal point of conscience and concern. 

For his long service to science and society, Dr. Breit has been awarded 
the Franklin Medal, the National Medal of Science and the Bonner Prize in 
Nuclear Physics from the American Physical Society. He is the only Hopkins- 
trained physicist to receive all three of these distinguished awards. 

Mr. President, it is a privilege to welcome him back to Johns Hopkins 
today and to add to his well-deserved honors his fourth degree from this insti- 
tution, the honorary Doctor of Laws. 



Citation Read by 

HARRY WOOLF 

in Presenting 

VIVIEN THOMAS 

for the Degree of Doctor of Laws 
May 21, 1976 

Mr. President, it is with great pride that I present Vivien Thomas, a man 
who, in the finest tradition of medicine at Johns Hopkins, has richly enhanced 
the stature of the surgical technician. 

Mr. Thomas' ambition when he entered college was to become a physician, 
but financial difficulties brought on by the crash of 1929 forced him to leave in his 
freshman year. By a fortunate circumstance, he then answered an advertisement 
for a laboratory assistant at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. He 
was hired for the job and went to work for a young surgeon named Alfred 
Blalock. 

Dr. Blalock quickly recognized that Mr. Thomas had unusual skills, and 
taught him to carry out complex vascular and thoracic operations on laboratory 
animals. Mr. Thomas also learned to perform and to calculate the chemical 
determinations needed for experiments and to keep clear and precise protocols 
and records. His extraordinary manual skills became known throughout the 
school, and in short order, he earned a reputation as an outstanding surgical 
assistant and research associate, contributing ideas as well as operative and 
manipulative techniques. 

When Dr. Blalock came to Johns Hopkins as chairman of the Department 
of Surgery in 1941, Mr. Thomas came with him. While the famous Hunterian 
Laboratory was nominally run by a member of the full-time staff, it was in fact 
run by Vivien Thomas under Dr. Blalock's direction. 

During his years at Johns Hopkins, Mr. Thomas played a vital role in the 
training of many young surgeons, introducing them to the intricacies of experi- 
mental vascular surgery. Virtually every would-be surgeon who passed through 
Hopkins came under his watchful eye in the laboratory— Denton Cooley, Rollins 
Hanlon, and among our immediate colleagues, J. Alex Haller, and George 
Zuidema, to name but a few. 

Perhaps the high point of Vivien Thomas' career came in November, 1944, 
when Dr. Blalock and Dr. Helen Taussig performed the first " blue baby " 
operation. Mr. Thomas had done much of the experimental work with animals 
that led to that historic moment, and he stood behind Dr. Blalock as the operation 
proceeded, offering suggestions and answering questions put to him by Dr. 
Blalock. 

In 1969, a group of the " Old Hands"— former Halsted residents— decided 
to honor Mr. Thomas by having his portrait painted for presentation to the Uni- 
versity and Hospital. At the formal presentation on February 27, 1971, the prin- 
cipal address was given by Dr. Hanlon, then director of the American College 
of Surgeons. In it, Dr. Hanlon said of Mr. Thomas: " From him I learned the 
valuable surgical lesson that experimental procedures which seemed nearly im- 
possible to execute when first tried might ultimately be performed with ridiculous 
ease and economy of time and assistants, after the separate steps had been mas- 
tered fully. . . . Vivien Thomas was and is a technician in the finest sense of that 
term, as all well-rounded surgeons must be technicians." The portrait of Vivien 
Thomas hangs today in The Johns Hopkins Hospital beside that of Alfred 
Blalock. 

Mr. President, it is a great pleasure to present Vivien Thomas for the 
degree of Doctor of Laws. 



Citation Read by 

HARRY WOOLF 

in Preseriting 

DR. LEWIS THOMAS 

for the Degree of Doctor of Laws 
May 21, 1976 

Mr. President, it is an honor to introduce Dr. Lewis Thomas, an out- 
standing leader of American medicine, an accomplished scientist and a humanist 
who has demonstrated repeatedly his concern for man's place in the biological 
world. 

As president and chief executive officer of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering 
Cancer Institute in New York City, Dr. Thomas leads one of the world's fore- 
most institutions in the field of cancer research. This is but the latest in a series 
of significant steps in his career— part of which was spent at Johns Hopkins— 
that has added much to our understanding of a variety of serious diseases that 
have long plagued mankind. 

Soon after his graduation from Harvard Medical School in 1937, it be- 
came apparent that Dr. Thomas was not to be a physican in the conventional 
mold, for already emerging was a basic interest in the discovery of new knowledge. 
His research in meningitis at Harvard was interrupted by World War II service 
in the Naval Reserve, which in turn led to studies of encephalitis on Guam and 
Okinawa. After the war he joined the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as 
assistant professor of pediatrics, and undertook research on rheumatic fever. 
He also served as director of the bacteriology laboratory at The Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

A succession of research and teaching positions followed at Tulane Uni- 
versity, the University of Minnesota, and the New York University Bellevue 
Medical Center, culminating in his appointment as dean of the New York 
University School of Medicine in 1966. He continued his research on rheumatic 
fever, and his experiments opened entirely new areas of inquiry into the means 
by which living things resist disease and injury, and into the effects of certain 
chemicals on body tissue. 

In 1972, Dr. Thomas accepted the deanship of the Yale University School 
of Medicine. He also served as chairman of a National Academy of Sciences 
committee set up to evaluate the planned federal campaign authorized by the 
National Cancer Act. Early in the following year, he was offered the position 
he holds today at Sloan-Kettering, based primarily on the trustees' desire for 
a man of broad vision and wide-ranging scientific interests. 

An entirely new dimension of Dr. Thomas' accomplishments emerged in 
1974 when a collection of essays he had written over a period of several years 
was published in book form, titled The Lives of a Cell. It was reviewed favorably, 
won the 1975 National Book Award in the Arts and Letters category, and is still 
in heavy demand. 

Dr. Thomas is a member or fellow of more than two dozen professional 
organizations, including the National Academy of Sciences, the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Institute of Medicine and the Association 
of American Physicians. He has served as a consultant to the Surgeon General 
of the United States, the Veterans Administration and the United States Public 
Health Service. He serves on the editorial boards of the American Journal of 
Pathology, the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, among others. 

Mr. President, it is a great pleasure to welcome Dr. Lewis Thomas back to 
Johns Hopkins for this centennial commencement, and to present him as a can- 
didate for the degree of Doctor of Laws. 



THE UNIVERSITY MACE 

The University Mace carried by the 
Chief Marshal, Professor Richard A. Macksey, was first used at the 1954 Com- 
memoration Day Exercises. Eight symbols are hand wrought in sterling silver 
on an ebony staff. The symbols represent man's cultural development from 
ancient times, through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, to the modern era. 



THE PRESIDENTAL INSIGNIA 

University President Steven Muller is 
wearing the Presidential Insignia signifying the authority vested in the President 
by the Board of Trustees. It is a chain of sterling silver links worn around the 
neck. Portraits of each of the ten Johns Hopkins University Presidents are en- 
graved on the faces of ten of the links. On the reverse are engraved the names 
and dates of office of each President. Ten blank links for future use are included. 
The University Seal completes the design. 



ACADEMIC DRESS 

The custom of wearing academic dress 
stems from the Middle Ages, when scholars were also clerics and wore the costume 
of their monastic order. The hood was originally a cowl attached to the gown, 
which could be slipped over the head for warmth. The cap was originally round, 
but has changed to the varieties that we see today. 

The gown varies for the respective de- 
grees. The Bachelor's gown is worn closed and can be distinguished by its long, 
pointed sleeves. The Master's gown is designed to be open with the arms worn 
through the slits in the elbows of the sleeves. The Doctor's gown, also worn open, 
has full, bell-shaped sleeves with three horizontal bars stitched across the upper 
arm. There is a velvet panel draped around the neck and stitched down the front 
edges. This velvet trimming may be either black or the same color as the velvet 
border of the hood. 

The hood also varies for the respective 
degrees. The Bachelor's and Master's hoods are of the same design, pointed at 
the base. The Bachelor's hood is three feet long; the Master's hood is three and 
one half feet long. The Doctor's hood is four feet long, of fuller shape and 
rounded at the base. 

The hood is bordered with velvet, the 
color of which indicates the field of study in which the degree was earned: 



Dark blue — Philosophy 
Light blue — Education 
Orange — Engineering 
Gold-yellow — Science 



White 



Green — Medicine 
Salmon pink — Public Health 
Pink — Music 
Purple — Laws 
Arts and Letters 



The silk lining of the hood represents 
the institution which granted the degree. If more than one degree is held, the 
gown and hood of the higher or highest degree is worn. The Johns Hopkins 
University has adopted an alternative costume to be used by all holding Johns 
Hopkins doctoral degrees, both earned and honorary. The costume consists 
of a gold robe with front and side panels in sable velvet and a six-sided Dutch 
academic cap with gold sweatband and tassel. The linings seen in today's 
academic procession may include: 



Black, old gold chevron — Johns Hopkins 

Light blue, white chevron — Columbia 

Dark blue — Yale 

Blue with white chevron — Duke 

Dark blue, two orange chevrons — Illinois 

Light blue, two white chevrons — North Carolina 

Old gold, maroon chevron — Minnesota 

Old gold — Iowa 

Gold, blue chevron — California 

Gold — Virginia 

Purple, gold chevron — Northwestern 



Purple — New York University 

Bright red — Wisconsin 

Plum, with scarlet — London 

Maroon — Chicago 

Crimson — Harvard 

Carnelian, two white chevrons — Cornell 

Cardinal — Stanford 

Red, tri-chevron in center — Heidelberg 

Dandelion yellow — Michigan 

Maize, azure blue chevron — Sorbonne 

Yellow and white — Rochester 



THE UNIVERSITY MOTTO 



Veritas vos liberabit. 

The truth shall make you free. 

— St. John 8:32 



AWARDS 

IN THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JULIUS HOFMANN AWARD 

for graduate studies in German 

Awarded to Robert Oeste 

ERNEST M. MARKS AWARD 

in recognition of excellence in instruction in Chemistry 

Awarded to Dennis Paul Carroll 
Ron Carter Estler 

C. RICHARD MARTIN AWARD 
for outstanding work by a first or second year graduate student in Political Economy 
Awarded to Francesco Caramazza 

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES AWARD 

for outstanding achievement by an undergraduate 

Awarded to Mark Aldred Sapsford 

PAUL A. McCOY PRIZE 

for the most distinguished Masters Essay in Political Science 
Awarded to Eileen Rose Pollock 

SARAH & ADOLPH ROSEMAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 
in recognition of outstanding accomplishment in Chemistry 

Awarded to Patrick Moore 
David Szalda 

ROBERT BRUCE ROULSTON PRIZE 
for excellence in German 

Awarded to William Grady Durden 
Paul Robert Eberle 

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS SILVER MEDAL 

for distinguished achievement by an undergraduate in the application 

of art or science to the field of commerce or industry, and for 

significant participation in student activities 

Awarded to Gerard Bernard Olszewski 

JULIUS TURNER AWARD 

for the most distinguished Senior Thesis in Political Science 
Awarded to Sally Ann Spencer 



IN THE EVENING COLLEGE 

DELTA SIGMA PI SCHOLARSHIP KEY 

in the Division of Administration and Business for the 
highest average for the entire course 

Awarded to Thomas Bosworth Hulcher 

EDWARD J. STEGMAN, C. P. A., MEMORIAL AWARD 

in the Division of Administration and Business for 

excellence in the study of accountancy 

Awarded to Luther Burbank Harrill, Jr. 

WALL STREET JOURNAL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

in the Division of Administration and Business for outstanding scholarship 

and exceptional promise of future success 

Awarded to Alfred Davies Johnson, Jr. 



IN THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

HENRY STRONG DENISON SCHOLARSHIP 

for excellence in biomedical research 

Awarded to 

Robert Carl Ciardullo Octavio J. de Marchena Marc Frank Lieberman 

John Wayne Cowens John Albert Engers III Keith Mitchell Skubitz 

Kenneth H. Fischbeck, Jr. 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICAL SOCIETY STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD 

Awarded to 
Michael Edward Charness Richard Laurence Dombroff Andrew Paul Feinberg 

ciba award for outstanding community service 

Aiuarded to Edwin Brooke Knights 



IN THE SCHOOL OF ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 

WILLIAM C. FOSTER AWARD 

to a second year student for sound scholarship and a record of leadership 

and distinguished service to SAIS exemplary of the high qualities 

of integrity, loyalty and ability admired in Mr. Foster 

Awarded to Paul Liebenson 

christian a. herter fellowship 

to the member of the second-year class with the most outstanding 
record during his first year 

Awarded to Michael White 



HONOR SOCIETIES 

PHI BETA KAPPA 



From the Junior Class in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 



Michael Joseph Attubato 
Edward Stuart Bessman 
Robert Henry Butler 
Alfredo Letelif.r Holt 



Peter James Jacullo, III 
Albert H. Jeans 
Alan Bruce Kadet 
Sandra Yuen-Pok Lee 



Scott Jeffrey Mellis 
Phyllis Barbara Moses 
Andrew Ian Richman 
Patricia Ann Savadel 



Mitchell Wayne Shapiro 
Patricia Smith 
David Thomas Sowa 
Luke-Jon Tierney 
Arthur Perry Wineman 



John Gordon Bortz 
Robert Leopold Danner, Jr 
Michael Hudson Kates 
Hilary A. Kessel 



From the Baccalaureate Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

Elected as Juniors in 1974-1975 
Mark Arthur Klebanoff Robert Gerald Marshalek 

Susan Elizabeth Kolb Gerard Bernard Olszewski 

Mary Gerard Lynch Scott Alan Reichard 

Gary Charles Marrone Jeffrey Moncrieff Spear 

Elected as Seniors in 1975-1976 



Craig Arthur Thompson 
Janet Ann Tiche 
David Oscar Wilson 



Alden Sharp Adkins 
Anne Elizabeth Allan 
Bruce Robert Barton 
William Henry Beardsley 
Julia Ann Boublitz 
Donald Edwin Buchanan 
Joseph Buscema 
Frank James Caracciolo 
Alfred Stanley Casale, Jr. 
Edward Terence Chory 
Amram Joseph Cohen 
Robert Paul Cordone 
Paul Nicholas Dackow 



Janice Doukas 
Joseph Paul Falco 
Linda Mary Frazier 
Ruth Carol Fulton 
Gregory John Godla 
Robert Richard Goodman 
David Joseph Graham 
Johnny Lloyd Holdren 
Christian Thomson Iosso 
Elliot Israel 
David Barry Joseph 
Robert Lloyd Lawrence 
Kerry Scott Le Benger 



Deborah Ruth Lebow 
Gary Leifer 
Hillel Levin 
Rose Frances Lipszic 
Robert Lazarus Modlin 
Nancy Eileen Moll 
Theodore Shuster Pabst III 
Drew Mark Pardoll 
Louis Joseph Podrazik 
Jon Marc Rhoads 
Gabrielf. Valeria Ronnett 
Steven Ira Rosenfeld 
Jacob Rosenstein 



David Bruce Ross 
Robert Phillip Rubens 
Dan Wayne Sawyer 
Stephen Robert Selincer 
Rise Siegal 
Patricia Soong 
Sharon Lee Spencer 
Elaine Victoria Stephans 
Jeffrey David Taracin 
Ishik Ceylan Tuna 
Peter Jagie Yang 
Elaine Zoberman 



Julie Blatt 

Donald Ross Bordley 



From the Doctor of Medicine Candidates in the Faculty of Medicine 

Richard Harlan Kay Peter John Whitehouse John Stone Wolfson 



Lawrence Joseph Cavaiola 
Carl Eugene Creutz 



From the Doctor of Philosophy Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

Robert Gary Muncaster Thomas Jerome Sienkewicz Michael Scott Swafford 



I'aul Nicholas Dackow 
Michael Hudson Kates 



Henry Eucene Carlson 
Carl Harry Fogler 
Charles Louis Hartlove, Jr. 
Joseph Frank Hetmanski 



Randall Allen Ammon 
Julie Blatt 
Donald Ross Bordley 
Robert Carl Ciardullo 
Jill Ellen Goldstein 



TAU BETA PI 

The National Engineering Honor Society 
From the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 
Gary Michael Kiselewich Robert Gerald Marshalek 

From the Evening College 



Louis Joseph Podrazik 



Thomas Blanton McCord 
Brian Frederick Medcroft 
John James Moraski 
Philip Vincent Pierorazio 



Laurence Fenby Richmond, Jr. Albert Jeffrey Slack 
William Marion Roberts E. Tim Stambaugh 

John Edward Ross Bryan John Stewart 



R. Richard Seubert 



James Edward Wills, Jr. 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 

Honor Medical Society 
From the Faculty of Medicine 
Clare Ann Hochreiter Raymond Shirley Martin III 



Richard Harlan Kay 
Lawrence Elliot Klein 
Edwin Brooke Knights 
Linda Sue Krell 



Thomas Arthur Pearson 
Anne Marie Raunio 
Michael Gregory Sarr 
Tom Andrew Sayvetz 



Robert Jay Schneider 
Rebecca W. Van Dyke 
Andrew Van Tosh 
Fred Martin Weinblatt 
Peter John Whitehouse 
John Stone Wolfson 



HONORS 

Baccalaureate Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 
Graduating with General Honors 



Alden Sharp Adkins 
Anne Elizabeth Allan 
Steven Noah Alper 
Eileen Jane Awe 
Andrew Bruce Barnett 
George Don-Lynn Barnhart 
Renate W. Bartels 
Bruce Robert Barton 
William Henry Beardsley 
Claire Ann Bennett 
Nathan Goldar Berger 
Lloyd Douglas Berkowitz 
Julia Ann Boublitz 
James Fitzgerald Brown 
Lawrence Arthur Brown 
Francis Charles Brumcardi 
Donald Edwin Buchanan 
Joseph Buscema 
Donald Lee Butler 
Frank James Caracciolo 
Alfred Stanley Casale, Jr. 
Tzeh Ping Linda Chi 
Edward Terence Chory 
Edward Leo Cochran III 
William Russell Cocke 
Amram Joseph Cohen 
James Edward Comber 
Robert Paul Cordone 
Kirk Dean Cylus 
Paul Nicholas Dackow 
Robert Leopold Danner, Jr. 
Jonathan David Day 
Edward Louis De Rosis 
Elizabeth Ann Fahs 
Conard Frederick Failinger III 
Joseph Paul Falco 
Mary S. Ferling 
Alan Jeffrey Fink 
Linda Mary Frazier 
Ruth Carol Fulton 
David Glaser 
Paul Martin Glen 
Gregory John Godla 
David Wilkes Goldberg . 
Robert Richard Goodman 
Jeffrey David Gould 
Linda Anne Grace 
David Joseph Graham 
David Frank Greenbaum 
Mark Gudesblatt 



J. Mark Hansen 
Cheryl Ann Hindes 
Johnny Lloyd Holdren 
Daniel Sandor Holik 
Christian Thomson Iosso 
Elliot Israel 
Peter James Jacullo III 
Erik James Peter Jensen 
David Barry Joseph 
Anne Rise Kalb 
Michael Hudson Kates 
Hilary A. Kessel 
Paul Andrew Kettl 
Gary Michael Kiselewich 
Mark Arthur Klebanoff 
Susan Elizabeth Kolb 
Ronald Evan Kramer 
Paul Neal Kromberg 
Gary Kevin LaBarre 
Philip Ka Tai Lau 
Robert Lloyd Lawrence 
Kerry Scott Le Benger 
Deborah Ruth Lebow 
Sandra Yuen-Pok Lee 
Gary Leifer 
Hillel Levin 
Robert Jay Lipnick 
Rose Frances Lipszic 
Angelo Michael Lobosco 
Herbert Nelson Loveless 
Charles Albert Lunn 
Mary Gerard Lynch 
Gary Charles Marrone 
Robert Gerald Marsh alek 
Richard Bliss Martell 
Maurice Robert Mathis 
Eric E. Maurer 
Sheryl Anne Miller 
Carlos T. Mock 
Robert Lazarus Modlin 
Nancy Eileen Moll 
Kathleen Marie Montour 
Michael Moran 
Robert Jeffrey Moses 
D'Arcy A. R. Myjer 
Victoria Carla Donato Neave 
Nigel Robert Ogilvie 
Arthur Francis O'Keefe 
Timothy Jon Oldfield 
Gerard Bernard Olszewski 



Theodore Shuster Pabst III 

Wayne Thomas Panullo 

Albert Thomas Pedroni, Jr. 

Jeffrey Howard Perlman 

Lynette Michelle Phillips 

Louis Joseph Podrazik 

Bertha Eva Polin 

Jeffrey Neil Posner 

Vincent James Quagliarello 

Cynthia Lynn Ralph 

Scott Alan Reichard 

Jon Marc Rhoads 

Michael Paul Richman 

Stephen E. Roesch 

Gabriele Valeria Ronnett 

Melissa L. Rosado 

Steven Ira Rosenfeld 

Jacob Rosenstein 

David Bruce Ross 

Michael Reiff Ross 

Robert Phillip Rubens 

Mark Aldred Sapsford 

Dan Wayne Sawyer 

Debbie Sue Schron 

George Coyle Scott 

Stephen Robert Selinger 

Jody Robin Shiffman 

Mark Stratton Smith 

Patricia Soong 

Jeffrey Moncrieff Spear 

Sally Ann Spencer 

Sharon Lee Spencer 

Elaine Victoria Stephans 

Charlene June Suojanen 

Jeffrey David Taragin 

Craig Arthur Thompson 

Robert Bruce Thorne 

Janet Ann Tighe 

Albert Gerard Tramposch 

Ishik Ceylan Tuna 

David Alan Vanko 

Marta Marie Vielhaber 

Joseph David Wachspress 

Jerry Warren Weiner 

Susan Tonkonogy Wertheimer 

Francis Leonard Wiegmann, Jr. 

David Oscar Wilson 

Arthur Perry Wineman 

Marianne McGarry Wolf 

Peter Jagie Yang 

Elaine Zoberman 



Baccalaureate Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 
Graduating with Departmental Honors 



Alden Sharp Adkins 
Mehtap Fatma Atagun 
Eileen Jane Awe 
Bennett Joseph Bacon 
William Henry Beardsley 
Claire Ann Bennett 
Frederic Eliot Berman 
Donald Edwin Buchanan 
Frank James Caracciolo 
Edward Leo Cochran III 
Robert Paul Cordone 
Deborah Jean Coringrato 
Catherine Patricia Cramer 
Paul Nicholas Dackow 
Robert Leopold Danner, Jr. 
Jonathan David Day 
Jay Samuel Edelman 
Elizabeth Ann Fahs 
Stuart Michael Fink 
Ruth Carol Fulton 



Patti Diane Gilman 
David Glaser 
Gregory John Godla 
Linda Anne Grace 
Cheryl Ann Hindes 
Johnny Lloyd Holdren 
Daniel Sandor Holik 
Michael Hudson Kates 
Hilary A. Kessel 
Paul Andrew Kettl 
Peter Kroll 
Paul Neal Kromberg 
Sandra Yuen-Pok Lee 
Angelo Michael Lobosco 
Charles Albert Lunn 
Gary Charles Marrone 
Robert Gerald Marshalek 
Kathleen Marie Montour 
D'Arcy A. R. Myjer 
John Lincoln Newman 



Jane Leah Nussbaum 
Arthur Francis O'Keefe 
Timothy Jon Oldfield 
Gerard Bernard Olszewski 
Louis Joseph Podrazik 
Daniel Jonathan Price 
Michael Reiff Ross 
Mark Aldred Sapsford 
Jody Robin Shiffman 
Sally Ann Spencer 
Sharon Lee Spencer 
Elaine Victoria Stephans 
Charlene June Suojanen 
Craig Arthur Thompson 
Janet Ann Tighe 
David Alan Vanko 
Francis Leonard Wiegmann, Jr. 
Arthur Perry Wineman 
Marianne McGarry Wolf 



Baccalaureate Candidates in The Evening College 
Graduating with Honors 



Irving Aaron Breitowitz 
Henry Eugene Carlson 
William Ellis 
Carl Harry Fogler 
Patricia Catherine Ford 
Roberta Anne Golden 



Charles Louis Hartlove, Jr. 
Joseph Frank Hetmanski 
Thomas Bosworth Hulcher 
Alfred Davies Johnson, Jr. 
Nancy Norman Leonard 
Geoffrey Keyes Mudge 



Charles Lee Orr 
Louis Carmelo Ortega 
William Marion Roberts 
Ursula Adele Scheffel 
E. Tim Stambaugh 
Bryan John Stewart 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 

As of May 11, 1976 



BACHELORS OF ARTS 

in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 



Alden Sharp Adkins, of Easton, Md. 
Gerald Thomas Aitken, of Armonk, N. Y. 
Michael Bolade Akerele, of Lagos, Nigeria 
Kevin William Alexander, of Washington, D. C. 
Gary Louis Alker, of Baltimore, Md. 
Anne Elizabeth Allan, of Wilmington, Del. 
Steven Noah Alper, of Wilmington, N. C. 
Anthony Albert Anderson, of Amityville, N. Y. 
Linda Joan Andrews, of Cincinnati, Ohio 
George Nicholas Antontades, of White Plains, N. Y. 
Dennis Anthony Aquino, of Bronx, N. Y. 
Mehtap Fatma Atagun, of Owings Mills, Md. 
Eileen Jane Awe, of Garden City, N. Y. 
Andrea Axman, of Baltimore, Md. 
Bennett Joseph Bacon, of Leesburg, Va. 
Pearl Amy Bader, of New York, N. Y. 
George Baetjer, of Stevenson, Md. 
Grady Barnes III, of Norwalk, Conn. 
Andrew Bruce Barnett, of Great Neck, N. Y. 
George Don-Lynn Barnhart, of Randallstown, Md. 
Harold Isaac Barr, of Baltimore, Md. 
Peter David Barrow, of Annapolis, Md. 
Renate W. Bartels, of Baltimore, Md. 
Jon Albert Bartlett, of Baltimore, Md. 
Bruce Robert Barton, of Commack, N. Y. 
Donna Lynne Baxter, of Berkeley, Calif. 
William Henry Beardsley, of Norristown, Pa. 
Louis Martin Bell, Jr., of Towson, Md. 
Walter L. Bender, Jr., of St. Louis, Mo. 
Claire Ann Bennett, of Bethesda, Md. 
Beryl Leone Bentley, of Baltimore, Md. 
Jeffrey G. Benton, of Baltimore, Md. 
Jay Steven Berger, of Providence, R. I. 
Nathan Goldar Berger, of Narberth, Pa. 
Lloyd Douglas Berkowitz, of Commack, N. Y. 
Frederic Eliot Berman, of New York, N. Y. 
Ellen Lynne Bernhard, of Baltimore, Md. 
William Joseph Birmingham, of Towson, Md. 
Michael Hugh Bloch, of Colonial Heights, Va. 
Ilene Fran Block, of Highland Park, 111. 



Joachim Blunck, of Oakland, N.J. 

Mark Stanley Boguski, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

John Kevin Bojarski, of Erie, Pa. 

Saundra Joanne Bond, of Baltimore, Md. 

Irvin Mark Bonder, of Rockaway, N. J. 

Mark Rinaldo John Borsi, of Convent Station, N. J. 

John Gordon Bortz, of Massapequa, N. Y. 

Frederick George Botti, of Baltimore, Md. 

Julia Ann Boublitz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Leslie Jeanne Bowman, of Ruxton, Md. 

Jason Brajer, of Elkins Park, Pa. 

Edmunds Jazeps Brokans, of Harrisburg, Pa. 

Abraham Jay Bronner, of New York, N. Y. 

James Fitzgerald Brown, of Bergenfield, N. J. 

Lawrence Arthur Brown, of Silver Spring, Md. 

Francis Charles Bruntcardi, of North Plainfield, N. J. 

Paula Jean Bryan, of Camp Hill, Pa. 

Donald Edwin Buchanan, of Odenton, Md. 

Jack Francis Bukowski, of Ramsey, N.J. 

Joseph Buscema, of Wyckoff, N. J. 

Janice Karen Bush, of Monroeville, Ala. 

Donald Lee Butler, of Gettysburg, Pa. 

John Mark Caffrey, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y. 

Timothy Edward Caffrey, of Berkeley Heights, N. J. 

James Aloysius Cahill III, of Towson, Md. 

Carol Victoria Calhoun, of Wooster, Ohio 

Bruce Edward Campbell, of Big Flats, N. Y. 

Frank James Caracciolo, of Schenectady, N. Y. 

Jonelle Antoinette Carter, of Baltimore, Md. 

W. Seth Carus, of Baltimore, Md. 

Alfred Stanley Casale, Jr., of Bayonne, N. J. 

Edward Joseph Casey, of Attleboro, Mass. 

Bruce Martin Cazenave, of New Orleans, La. 

Pamela Anita Chevers, of Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

TzehPing Linda Chi, of Abilene, Texas 

Edward Terence Chory, of Elizabeth, N. J. 

John Francis Chudacek, of Norfolk, Va. 

Thomas Michael Cirillo, of Bay Shore, N. Y. 

Edward Leo Cochran III, of Clarksville, Md. 

William Russell Cocke, of Baltimore, Md. 



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John Taylor Cockerham, of Springfield, Va. 

Barton Merrick Cockey, of Timonium, Md. 

Amram Joseph Cohen, of Silver Spring, Md. 

Michael Robin Collins, of Uniondale, N.Y. 

James Edward Comber, of Baltimore, Md. 

David John Connito, of Saddle River, N. J. 

Stephen H. Connolly, of Crofton, Md. 

Leigh Ann Coon, of Rochester, N. Y. 

Maryann Cooney, of Hicksville, N.Y. 

Lynette Lombardi Cooper, of Port Jefferson, N. Y. 

Robert Paul Cordone, of New City, N. Y. 

Deborah Jean Coringrato, of Baltimore, Md. 

Catherine Patricia Cramer, of San Marino, Calif. 

Frank Matthews Cunat, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Alexander R. Curio, of Vineland, N. J. 

Judy Carol Curry, of Marley Park, Glen Burnie, Md. 

Kirk Dean Cylus, of Pikesville, Md. 

Robert John D'Agostini, Jr., of Maplewood, N. J. 

Robert Francis Dannals, of Dix Hills, Long Island, N. Y. 

Robert Leopold Danner, Jr., of Florida, N. Y. 

Michelle Pam Danoff, of Englewood, N. J. 

PvAndall Jay Dase, of Towson, Md. 

Norman Bradford Davis, Jr., of Silver Spring, Md. 

Jonathan David Day, of Indiana, Pa. 

Jack Ira Deckelbaum, of Pikesville, Md. 

Edward Louis De Rosis, of Riverdale, Bronx, N. Y. 

Marshall M. DeSantis, of Amarillo, Texas 

Michael John DeVivo, of Charlotte, N. C. 

Manuel Alfredo Diaz, of Placetas, Cuba 

Robert Jay Dilger, of Wolcott, Conn. 

John Mark Dillman, of Delaware, Ohio 

Maria Teresa Di Pasquale, of Baltimore, Md. 

Stephen Thaddeus Dobosiewicz, of North East, Pa. 

Andrew Jackson Donelson, Jr., of Clearwater, Fla. 

Virginia Marilyn Donovan, of East Northport, N. Y. 

Hartwell Frederick Dowling, Jr., of Camden, Maine. 

James Stephen Duffy, Jr., of Linthicum Heights, Md. 

Jay Samuel Edelman, of Ventnor City, N. J. 

Jonathan Middleton Edwards, of Bradshaw, Md. 

Danita Ellen Eichenlaub, of Baltimore, Md. 

Monica Helen Eiseman, of Bellevue, Wash. 

Oliver Everitt Elbert, of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

David Leslie Ethridge, of Bel Air, Md. 

Leslie Ann Fagadau, of Dallas, Texas 

Elizabeth Ann Fahs, of Wilmington, Del. 

Conard Frederick Failinger III, of Towson, Md. 

Joseph Paul Falco, of Shoreham, N. Y. 

John Michael Fedack, of Rockville, Md. 

Beverly E. Feigen, of Los Angeles, Calif. 

Laura L. Feigin, of Westport, Conn. 

Joann Marla Feldman, of Framingham, Mass. 

Frank Neil Feldmann, of North Bellmore, N. Y. 

Drew Shaffer Fender, of Havre de Grace, Md. 

Mark Wesley Fenn, of Greenwich, Conn. 

Mary S. Ferling, of Bloomington, Ind. 

Rhonda Sue Fine, of Baltimore, Md. 

Alan Jeffrey Fink, of Baltimore, Md. 

Stuart Michael Fink, of Baltimore, Md. 

David Ronald Fishkin, of Oxon Hill, Md. 

Rodney Severin Florek, of Metairie, La. 



David Marchand Flowers, of Wyomissing, Pa. 

FoRREiT Osborne Foreman, of Springfield, Va. 

Richard Formica, of Bay Shore, N. Y. 

Linda Mary Frazier, of Finksburg, Md., A. A. Catonsville 

Community College, 1973. 
Martin Charles French, of Baltimore, Md. 
Richard Alan Friend, of Wichita, Kans. 
Robert Wood Guthrie Fu, of Maplewood, N.J. 
Robert Neil Fuhrman, of Moorestown, N. J. 
Ruth Carol Fulton, of Baltimore, Md. 
Leonard Isaac Garfinkel, of Baltimore, Md. 
Stephen Aubrey Gasque, of Myrtle Beach, S. C 
Jesse Martin Gerson, of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ronald Lewis Gilbride, of Omaha, Nebr. 
Patti Diane Gilman, of Catonsville, Md. 
David Glaser, of Baltimore, Md. 
Ben James Glasgow, of Jackson, Mich. 
Paul Martin Glen, of Toledo, Ohio 
Alexander Ives Glogau, of River Vale, N. J. 
Gregory John Godla, of Perryopolis, Pa. 
David Wilkes Goldberg, of La Jolla, Calif. 
Jan Louise Goldberg, of Silver Spring, Md. 
Robert Goodman Goldfarb, of Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Ellen Iris Goldman, of Lynbrook, N. Y. 
Richard Alan Goldman, of West Hempstead, N. Y. 
Martin Julian Goldsmith, of Cleveland, Ohio 
Jay Samuel Goodgold, of New York, N. Y. 
Robert Richard Goodman, of Schenectady, N. Y. 
Benjamin Daniel Gorton, of Closter, N. J. 
Jeffrey David Gould, of Edison, N. J. 
Linda Anne Grace, of Oneonta, N. Y. 
David Joseph Graham, of Randolph Township, N. J. 
Richard McCurdy Grandin, Jr., of Bronxville, N.Y. 
Jerry Kirkland Grant, of Cali, Colombia, S. A. 
Sandra Lombardo Gray, of Pembroke Pines, Fla. 
Andrew Ephraim Green, of Manhasset, N. Y. 
Scott M. Green, of Lincolnwood, 111. 
David Frank Greenbaum, of Wynnewood, Pa. 
Jonathan Seth Greenhill, of Rye, N. Y. 
Edward Joseph Griffin, Jr., of Mount Airy, Md. 
Joyce Arlyse Griffin, of Washington, D. C. 
Mark Gudesblatt, of New Hyde Park, N. Y. 
Louis Harold Guernsey, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mary Alice Hahalyak, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Emerson Randolph Hall, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Craig Allen Hankin, of Silver Spring, Md. 
David Burris Hanley, of Baltimore, Md. 
Robert Walter Hannah, of Baltimore, Md. 
J. Mark Hansen, of San Antonio, Texas 
William Arthur Hardman, of Cranford, N. J. 
Susan Sigrid Hartman, of Bogota, N. J. 
David Kerr Heasley, of Towson, Md. 
Ronald Herzfeld, of Edison, N.J. 
Frank Leslie Hewlett III, of New Castle, Del. 
Bruce William Heyl, of Gainesville, Fla. 
Susan Jean Hillebrenner, of Staten Island, N. Y. 
Cheryl Ann Hindes, of Baltimore, Md. 
Jonathan Hirschhorn, of Roslyn Estates, N. Y. 
David Stewart Hodges, of Haddonfield, N. J. 
Johnny Lloyd Holdren, of Hampton, Va. 



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Daniel Sandor Holik, of Columbia, Mo. 

Dwight Allan Holmberg, of Wellesley, Mass. 

Lewis Randolph Hood, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

Lawrence F. Howe, of Wilmington, Mass. 

Stuart Sessions Hutchins, of Baltimore, Md. 

Mark William Hylind, of Bethesda, Md. 

Joseph Peter Ilvento, of Jersey City, N. J. 

Gail Debi Ingber, of Marblehead, Mass. 

Allan Phillip Ingenito, of Kearny, N. J. 

Christian Thomson Iosso, of New Providence, N. J. 

Robert David Isaacs, of Baltimore, Md. 

Elliot Israel, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Peter James Jacullo III, of Emerson, N. J. 

Stuart Joel Jaffe, of Baltimore, Md. 

Margaret Mary Jako, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. Commu- 
nity College of Baltimore, 1973. 

Stanley David Janor, of New Kensington, Pa. 

Sandra Vanessa Jefferson, of Hillcrest Heights, Md. 

John Francis Jerabeck III, of Stamford, Conn. 

Russell Paul Jobaris, of Chicago, 111. 

Leslie Farrington Jones, of New York, N. Y. 

William Paul Jones, of Dundalk, Md. 

Salvatore Anthony Jordan, of Baltimore, Md. 

David Barry Joseph, of Milwaukee, Wis. 

Anne Rise Kalb, of Garden City, N. Y. 

Jeffrey David Kashin, of Clarence, N. Y. 

George Drew Keckeisen, of Plainview, N. Y. 

Stephen Charles Keeble, of Southampton, Pa. 

Susan Diane Keech, of York, Pa. 

Mary Stewart Kelly, of Baltimore, Md. 

Hilary A. Kessel, of Baltimore, Md. 

Paul Andrew Kettl, of York, Pa. 

Mark Arthur Klebanoff, of Yonkers, N. Y. 

Harry Linwood Kogelschatz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Dale William Kohler, of Towson, Md. 

Susan Elizabeth Kolb, of La Vale, Md. 

Harlan Kosson, of San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Edward Frank Kouneski, of Baltimore, Md. 

Jeffrey Michael Kramer, of Woodbury, N. Y. 

Ronald Evan Kramer, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Jonathan David Krant, of Brookline, Mass. 

Jonathan R. Krasnoff, of Wyncote, Pa. 

George Martin Kripner, of Odenton, Md. 

Peter Kroll, of Millburn, N. J. 

Paul Neal Kromberg, of Lawrence, N. Y. 

Francis Paul Kuhajda, of Joliet, 111. 

Lisa Ann Kuhar, of Silver Spring, Md. 

Kurt Joseph Kuhn, of Bradshaw, Md. 

John Anthony Laczin, of North Plainfield, N. J. 

Dante Lando Landucci, of Jenkintown, Pa. 

Daniel Stephen Lane, of Hyattsville, Md. 

Jeanne Louise Langdon, of Englewood, N. J., A. A. Pine 
Manor Junior College, 1974. 

Gregory Buel Lanpher, of Falls Church, Va. 

Mary Ann Larkin, of Collingswood, N. J. 

Philip Ka Tai Lau, of Bangkok, Thailand 

John Robert Laubach, of Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Lloyd Lawrence, of Roslyn, East Hills, N. Y. 

Kerry Scott Le Benger, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Deborah Ruth Lebow, of New Rochelle, N. Y. 



William Michael Lebow, of Potomac, Md. 

Mark Edward Lederer, of Pacific Palisades, Calif. 

Sandra Yuen-Pok Lee, of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. 

Gary Leifer, of Mission Hills, Kans. 

Ihor Rostyslaw Lemischka, of Baltimore, Md. 

Cecilia Lenk, of Cranford, N.J. 

Laurance Allen Leonard, Jr., of Annapolis, Md. 

Aaron Lerner, of Takoma Park, Md. 

Hillel Levin, of West Hartford, Conn. 

Ron Lovewell Levin, of Chevy Chase, Md. 

Freda Colette Lewis, of Annapolis, Md. 

Edward Jay Lieber, of New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Robert Jay Lipnick, of Swampscott, Mass. 

Rose Frances Lipszic, of Hightstown, N. J. 

Angelo Michael Lobosco, of Haworth, N. J. 

Wellington Loh, Jr., of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. 

Victor Earl Long, of North Syracuse, N. Y. 

Michele Anne Longo, of Delmar, N. Y. 

Margaret Joan Loo, of Havre de Grace, Md. 

Herbert Nelson Loveless, of Baltimore, Md. 

India Lowres, of Lighthouse Point, Fla. 

Diane Christine Lundy, of Wilmington, Del. 

Charles Albert Lunn, of Berlin, N. J. 

Mary Gerard Lynch, of Roslyn Heights, N. Y. 

Shauna Heather Main, of Frederick, Md. 

Linda Joy Mandzak, of McLean, Va. 

Sharon Hippler Marcellino, of Baltimore, Md. 

Chad Frank Marrison, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Gary Charles Marrone, of Massapequa Park, N. Y. 

Richard Bliss Martell, of Stamford, Conn. 

Dominick Richard Martini, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Lon Massaglia, of Overland Park, Kans. 

Noe Bleza Mateo, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Maurice Robert Mathis, of Rockville, Md. 

Eric E. Maurer, of St. Marys, Ohio 

Eugene Paul Mauro, of Brentwood, N. Y. 

Ira Phillip May, of Silver Spring, Md. 

Victor May, of Rego Park, N. Y. 

Carol Ruth McCormack, of Riverside, Conn. 

Mark Francis McDonnell, of Sykesville, Md. 

Jeffrey Alan McErlean, of Northfield, 111. 

William Richard McKey, of Washington, D. C. 

Cheryl Anne McMahon, of Kensington, Md. 

William Joseph McNamara, of Monroe, Conn. 

Peter V. McWilliams, of Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

Edward Merriman, of Cambridge, Mass. 

Morris Gary Miller, of Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sheryl Anne Miller, of Rockaway Beach, N. Y. 

Carlos T. Mock, of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

Robert Lazarus Modlin, of Hewlett Harbor, N. Y. 

Mark Edward Molitor, of Elkton, Md. 

Nancy Eileen Moll, of Ellicott City, Md. 

Kathleen Marie Montour, of Caughnawaga, Quebec, 

Canada 
Richard Robert Moore, of New Hyde Park, N. Y. 
James Deniston Moorhead, of Towson, Md. 
Patricia Ann Moppett, of Cockeysville, Md. 
Michael Moran, of Baltimore, Md. 
April Ileen Moreno, of Tampa, Fla. 



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David Rowland Morgan, of Canton, Ohio 

Kelly Lloyd Morron, of Wilton, Conn. 

Robert Jeffrey Moses, of Baltimore, Md. 

Mary Joan Mouakad, of Greenwich, Conn. 

Charles Eric Mulkey, of Cumberland, Md. 

David Roy Mulock, of Endicott, N. Y. 

Gary C. Murza, of Westmont, N. J. 

D'Arcv A. R. Myjer, of Bronx, N. Y. 

Victoria Carla Donato Neave, of McLean, Va. 

Joseph Jerome Neser II, of Towson, Md. 

John Lincoln Newman, of Baltimore, Md. 

WlLLAM Montgomery Norbeck, of Glen Burnie, Md. 

Roy Douglas Novick, of Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Jane Leah Nussbaum, of Charleston, S. C. 

John Trent Nutting, of Alexandria, Va. 

Robert Edward Oberle, of Baltimore, Md. 

Caroline Elizabeth Obrecht, of Summit, N. J. 

John Lawrence Odell, of Baltimore, Md. 

Lawrence Winfield Ogden, of Arlington, Va. 

Nigel Robert Ogilvie, of Baltimore, Md. 

Arthur Francis O'Keefe, of Bernardsville, N. J. 

Timothy Jon Oldfield, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gerard Bernard Olszewski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Bruce James Oreck, of New Orleans, La. 
Terence Patrick O'Sullivan, of La Jolla, Calif. 
H. Gregory Ota, of North Andover, Mass. 
Lenard Ira Ouslander, of Metuchen, N. }. 
Theodore Shuster Pabst III, of Hinsdale, 111. 
Wayne Thomas Panullo, of Plainview, N. Y. 
Drew Mark Pardoll, of Elizabeth, N. J. 
Douglas Wayne Parks, of Woodstock, Md. 
Leslie Ann Parpal, of Denver, Colo. 
Judith Ann Paska, of Washington, D. C. 
Gwenn Karen Pavlovitz, of Lansdale, Pa. 

Paul Benedict Paytas, of Summit, N.J. 

Albert Thomas Pedroni. Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Michael Peduto, of Lower Providence, Pa. 

William Peeples, of Rockdale, Texas 

Alan Norbert Peltzman, of Blauvelt, N. Y. 

Thomas Chih Cheng Peng, of Milford, Conn. 

David B. Perlman, of Great Neck, N. Y. 

Jeffrey Howard Perlman, of East Meadow, N. Y. 

Michael Jeffrey Perlmutter, of Laverock, Pa. 

Janet Elise Pescarmona, of Bethesda, Md. 

Paul Joseph Petrozzo, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lynette Michelle Phillips, of Baltimore, Md. 

Jed Mathew David Philwin, of Phoenix, Ariz. 

Ronald Richard Pierce, of Lynnfield, Mass. 

David Gregory Pietrasiuk, of Fairview, Mass. 

Leland Dale Pilz, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Herman George Pinion, Jr., of Matthews, N. C. 

Linda Susan Piotrowski, of Haddonfield, N. J. 

Steven Arnold Polakoff, of Potomac, Md. 

Bertha Eva Polin, of Baltimore, Md. 

Louis John Polise, Jr., of Madison, N. J. 

Nathan Pomerantz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Jay Joseph Popowicz, of Baltimore, Md. 

David Maydole Porter, of Guilford, Conn. 

Jeffrey Neil Posner, of Wantagh, N. Y. 

W. Stuart Pregnall III, of Alexandria, Va. 



Daniel Jonathan Price, of Bay port, N. Y. 
Michael Dominic Privitera, of Walden, N. Y. 
Robert Lindsay Proud, of Flat Rock, Mich. 
Paulette Frances Ptak, of Baltimore, Md. 
Vincent James Quagliarello, of Mineola, N. Y. 
Andrea Radbill, of Rydal, Pa. 
Cynthia Lynn Ralph, of Vienna, Va. 
Diane Elizabeth Reese, of Scotch Plains, N. J. 
Patricia Lynn Rehfield, of Silver Spring, Md. 
Scott Alan Reichard, of Boston, Mass. 
Manfred Reichwein, of Tantallon, Md. 
William Mark Reiter, of New York, N. Y. 
Louis Allan Renbaum, of Baltimore, Md. 
Bartholomew Joseph Resta, of Columbus, Ohio 
Jon Marc Rhoads, of Washington, D. C. 
Maryjane Rice, of Catonsville, Md. 
Deborah Anne Roach, of Framingham, Mass. 
Timothy John Rodgers, of Towson, Md. 
Philip Lloyd Rogers, of Silver Spring, Md. 
William Michael Rogers, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gabriele Valeria Ronnett, of Mount Prospect, 111. 
Melissa L. Rosado, of Santurce Puerto Rico 
Steven Ira Rosenfeld, of East Rockaway, N. Y. 
Eric Peter Rosenson, of Great Neck, N. Y. 
Jacob Rosenstein, of Bronx, N. Y. 
David Bruce Ross, of St. Louis, Mo. 

Marlowe David Ross, of Bay Shore, N. Y. 

Michael Reiff Ross, of Potomac, Md. 

Robyn Esther Roth, of New Milford, N. J. 

Roderick Carl Rowan, of Alexandria, Va. 

Stephen J. Rozzo, of North White Plains, N. Y. 

Robert Phillip Rubens, of Somerville, N. J. 

Lissa Caren Runyon, of Valley Stream, N. Y. 

Kevin Francis Ryan, of Floral Park, N. Y. 

Patricia Ann Rynn, of Brookfield, Conn. 

Mark Anthony Salvaggio, of Upper St. Clair, Pa. 

Lawrence John Santoro, of Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Mark Aldred Sapsford, of Fort Thomas, Ky. 

Steven Mark Sarigianis, of Baltimore, Md. 

Jerome Saunders, of Randallstown, Md., A. A. Community 
College of Baltimore, 1971. 

Herbert Sammia Sawaya, Jr., of Ocala, Fla. 

Dan Wayne Sawyer, of Topsfield, Mass. 

Robert Owen Schachter, of West Hempstead, N. Y. 

Robert Lee Schimmel, of Pembroke Pines, Fla. 

Elizabeth Ann Schoenfuhs, of Baltimore, Md. 

Debbie Sue Schron, of New York, N. Y. 

Howard Kenneth Schultz, of Chestertown, Md. 

Ellen Joan Schutzman, of Bethesda, Md. 

Clifford William Schweinfest, of New City, N. Y. 

George Coyle Scott, of St. Marys, Ohio 

Philip Mark Seckler, of Great Neck, N. Y. 

Richard Anthony Seid, of Alexandria, Va. 

Leah Marie Seidenfeld, of Waukegan, 111. 

Steven Gary Seif, of Baltimore, Md. 

Stephen Robert Selinger, of Union, N. J. 

Sinan Serbes, of Flushing, N. Y. 

Francis Gerard Serio, of West Hempstead, N. Y. 

Ronald Shadoff, of Swampscott, Mass. 

Donald Wayne Sharpe, of Hurlock, Md. 



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Michael J. Shaw, of Kansas City, Kans. 

Sydney Kathryn Sheldon, of Red Creek, N. Y. 

Sally Rebecca Shelton, of Jacksonville, Fla. 

Jody Robin Shiffman, of Plainview, N. Y. 

Vicki Jan Shteir, of Somerville, N. J. 

Alison Silverstein, of Ruxton, Md. 

Thomas Joseph Slota, of Oak Lawn, 111. 

Carol Lois Smith, of Kingston, R. I. 

Mark Stratton Smith, of Washington, D. C. 

Neil Kevin Snyder, of Houston, Texas 

Kenneth Sokolow, of Baltimore, Md. 

Robert David Soloff, of Elkins Park, Pa. 

Carmen Patricia Solorzano, of Bangor, Maine 

Patricia Soong, of Rockville, Md. 

Steven Conroy Soong, of Gaithersburg, Md. 

Christopher Andrew South, of New York, N. Y. 

Kerry John Spaven, of Pompton Plains, N. J. 

Jeffrey Moncrieff Spear, of Washington, D. C. 

Sally Ann Spencer, of Lutherville, Md. 

Sharon Lee Spencer, of Baltimore, Md. 

Charles Vincent Sperrazza, of North Tonawanda, N. Y. 

James Richard Spiering, of Menomonee Falls, Wis. 

Theodore Spirtos, of Campbell, Ohio 

Patricia Ann Stawovy, of Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Aaron Tenenbaum Steinberg, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Edward Steiner, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

George Francis Steinfels, of Millburn, N.J. 

Elaine Victoria Stephans, of Bethesda, Md. 

Robert Hunter Stephens, of Bethesda, Md. 

Robert James Stoever, of Albuquerque, N. M. 

Elise Warns Storck, of Bethesda, Md. 

Stephanie Angela Storto, of Fallston, Md. 

Donald Warren Strader, of Woodbine, Md. 

Lynn Straus, of Olympia Fields, 111. 

Timothy von Fuelling Straus, of Boston, Mass. 

Mark Anatole Subbotin, of Van Nuys, Calif. 

Robert Michael Summers, of Towson, Md. 

Charlene June Suojanen, of North Palm Beach, Fla. 

Richard Earl Suskind, of Baltimore, Md. 

Gary Thomas Swimmer, of White Plains, N. Y. 

Sylvia Florence Sze, of Rockville, Md. 

William David Tamburrino, of Fallston, Md. 

David Timothy Hideo Tanaka, of Oakland, Calif. 

Steven M. Tang, of Garden City, N. Y. 

Jeffrey David Taragin, of Baltimore, Md. 

Susan Dorothy Terranova, of Wyckoff, N. J. 

Craig Arthur Thompson, of Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Dominique Thormann, of Towson, Md. 

Robert Bruce Thorne, of Kinnelon, N. J. 



Deborah Marie Tierney, of Stillwater, Minn. 

Janet Ann Tighe, of Baltimore, Md. 

George Edward Tiller, of Audubon, N. J. 

James Thomas Tomney II, of Baltimore, Md. 

Alexander Sloan Townes, Jr., of Memphis, Tenn. 

Marguerite Cheryl Townsend, of Salisbury, Md. 

Albert Gerard Tramposch, of Plainview, N. Y. 

Ishik Ceylan Tuna, of Edina, Minn. 

Marion Cecelia Tuohy, of Bethesda, Md. 

David Alan Vanko, of Timonium, Md. 

Richard van Stolk, of Staten Island, N. Y. 

Thomas Crispin Vary, of Bethlehem, Pa. 

Marta Marie Vielhaber, of Beachwood, Ohio 

Kevin Christopher Vigilante, of Levittown, Long Island, 

N.Y. 
Eugene Francis Vuozzo, of Huntington, N. Y. 
Joseph David Wachspress, of Woodmere, N. Y. 
Michael Wade, of Washington, Pa. 
Andrew Clark Wallace III, of Baltimore, Md. 
Elizabeth Mary Wallace, of Elizabeth, N. J. 
Geoffrey Louis Weil, of Heidelberg, Germany 
Jerry Warren Weiner, of Oceanside, N. Y. 
Wendy S. Weisberg, of Silver Spring, Md. 
Susan Donota Weiss, of Madison, Conn. 
Susan Tonkonogy Wertheimer, of Baltimore, Md. 
Francis Leonard Wiegmann, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Davidson Durand Williams, of Greenwich, Conn. 
David Oscar Wilson, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Edward Chamberlin Wilson, of Glenside, Pa. 
Arthur Perry Wineman, of Greensburg, Pa. 
John Robert Wineman III, of Fox Chapel, Pa. 
Thomas Jeremy Wisnieff, of Weston, Conn. 
Franz Edward Joseph Wittelsberger, of Baltimore, Md. 
William John Wogatske, of Loudonville, N. Y. 
Marianne McGarry Wolf, of Hewlett, N. Y. 
Douglas Earl Wolfe, of Riverside, Conn. 
Mary Shelley Wolfram, of Elkridge, Md. 
Allan Walter Wood, of Lancaster, Pa. 
John L. Wood, of Severna Park, Md. 
Roderick Dale Woods, of Baltimore, Md. 
Janie Lea Wulff, of Baltimore, Md. 
Loren Edward Yager, of Towson, Md. 
Peter Yancone, of Aberdeen, Md. 
Peter Jagie Yang, of Stony Brook, N. Y. 
Hans William Zarbock, of Sterling, Va. 
Donald James Zimmerman, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. 

Catonsville Community College, 1974. 
Douglas Daood Zischkau, of Springfield, Pa. 
Elaine Zoberman, of New York, N. Y. 



BACHELORS OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 



Mario G. Ancona, of Abington, Pa. 

Edward Elliot Andrews, of Fort Lee, N. J. 

Sunny Doris Choi, of Alexandria, Va. 

Paul Nicholas Dackow, of Elmwood Park, N. J. 

Stuart Chapman Dickinson, of Washington, D. C 



Michael Andrew Gula, of Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Loren Haines Hall, of Jacksonville, Fla. 
David William Harris, of Lexington, Mass. 
Arthur Vernon Hays, of Gulfport, Miss. 
Robin McConway Hiscock, of Annapolis, Md. 



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Erik James Peter Jensen, of New Canaan, Conn. 
Michael Hudson Kates, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gary Michael Kiselewich, of Baltimore, Md. 
Paul Kojzar, of Columbia, Md. 
Gary Kevin LaBarre, of Essex, Md. 
Robert Gerald Marshalek, of Baltimore, Md. 
Louis Joseph Podrazik, of Baltimore, Md. 
Charles Francis Pribyl, of Baltimore, Md. 
Elizabeth Ann Prosser, of Glen Arm, Md. 
Michael Paul Richman, of Baltimore, Md. 



Stephen E. Roesch, of Timonium, Md. 

Joseph Anthony Rutkowski, Jr., of Dundalk, Md. 

George William Sauter, of Baltimore, Md. 

David Lee Schatz, of Glen Burnie, Md. 

Lester William Schultheis, Jr., of Catonsville, Md. 

Robert Scott Schwenkler, of Geneva, 111. 

Charles Richard Sirian, of Baltimore, Md. 

Kenneth Reade Smith, of Kensington, Md. 

Timothy Gerard Walsh, of Baltimore, Md. 

Jason Niall Witow, of Baltimore, Md. 



BACHELORS OF SCIENCE 

in The School of Health Services 



Lewis W. Brindis, of Haverhill, Mass., B. S. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1970. 

Dorsey Fletcher Butterbaugh, of Baltimore, Md. 

Christine C. Buescher, of Kettering, Ohio. 

Kathleen Ellen Carlson, B. A. Smith College, 1969. 

Linda Marie Faller, of Port Jervis, N. Y., M. A. T. Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts, 1971. 

Robert Lyle Fletcher, of Prairie Village, Kans., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Kansas, 1974. 

John Arthur Gschwend, of Peoria, 111. B. S. University of 
Illinois, 1974. 

Lynn Harris, of Baltimore, Md. 

Barbara S. Hoffman, of Arlington, Va. 

Bette F. Indman, of Los Angeles, Calif. 

Ann Marie Suzanne LeBlanc, of Waterville, Maine, B. A. 
Colby College, 1974. 

Sarah Martin Legett, of Austin, Texas. 

Janna Denise Licht, of Leola, Pa., B. S. Houghton College, 
1974. 

Susan Clark Louft, of Denver, Colo., B. A. Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College, 1964. 

Mark Love, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1973. 



Linda Frances McCaig, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. 

Denise Marie McDonald, of Joliet, 111. 

Melody-Leigh Palm, of North Haven, Conn. A. A. 
Stephens College, 1974. 

Linda F. Peregoy, of Annapolis, Md. 

Steven Walter Quakenbush, of Nappanee, Ind., B. A. Mc- 
Pherson College, 1974. 

Patricia K. Reisinger, of Churchville, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1974. 

Franna Ruddell, of Spearfish, S. Dak., M. A. The Uni- 
versity of Arizona, 1971. 

John Leslie Savage, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1966. 

Terry L. Schwartz, of Baltimore, Md., 

Pamela Shipley, of Rockford, 111., B. A. University of 
Illinois, 1974. 

Kathleen Anne Smalky, of Grand Prairie, Texas. 

Joan C. Trexler, of Colorado Springs, Colo., B. A. Ameri- 
can University, 1972. 

Eileen Desmond Van Dyke, of Washington, D. C. 

Andrea Joanne Wojcik, of Central City, Pa. 

Martha Elizabeth Wolski, of Fairfield, Conn., B. A. Sacred 
Heart University, 1970. 



ASSOCIATES OF ARTS 

in The Evening College 

Katherine Mary Alban Detrich, of Fairfield, Maine Albert Otto Emil Gunter Reinsberg, of Upperco, Md. 



ASSOCIATES OF SCIENCE 

in The Evening College 



Clinton Louis Anuszewski, of Baltimore, Md. 
George Melvin Baker, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Donald Wilbur Brown, of Baltimore, Md. 
Michael Anthony Canova, of Baltimore, Md. 
Jerome Joseph Coleman, of Baltimore, Md. 
John William Darr, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 



Ronald Joseph Derencz, of Baltimore, Md. 
George Emanuel Dressel III, of Baltimore, Md. 
Willie R. Drummond, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gary Kent Duncan, of Shrewsbury, Pa. 
Aubrey Tyrone Francis, of Baltimore, Md. 
Lawrence Lynn Grimes, of Baltimore, Md. 



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Albert Jerome Herb, of Pasadena, Md. 
Robert Francis Hamilton, of Owings Mills, Md. 
William Charles Huth, of Baltimore, Md. 
Richard Temple Johnson, of Baltimore, Md. 
Eric Henry Kindt, of Ellicott City, Md. 
James Sterling Kramer, of Severn, Md. 
Paul David Krause, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
John Joseph Kubricky, of Baltimore, Md. 



Aaron Duke Parker, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
James McLane Pritchett, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Victoria Marie Rossetti, of Baltimore, Md. 
Donald Edward Schanberger, of Bel Air, Md. 
Edward Merritt Walsh, of Westminster, Md. 
Charles Dwayne Williams, of Crownsville, Md. 
August Herman Ziegler, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 



BACHELORS OF SCIENCE 

in The Evening College 



John William Angus, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

Lola Mae Barrack, of Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas Lawrence Bartolomeo, of Baltimore, Md. 

William Henry Beck III, of Baltimore, Md. 

David Leroy Bowen, of Randallstown, Md. 

Irving Aaron Breitowitz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Glenn Bristow, of Baltimore, Md. 

Donald A. Brown, of Baltimore, Md. 

James Michael Buchanan, of Owings Mills, Md. 

Richard Evans Buehner, of Baltimore, Md. 

Suzanne Jean Butler, of Baltimore, Md. 

Margaret Josephine McCrory Carter, of Ellicott City, Md. 

Vincent Anthony Cassandra, of Baltimore, Md. 

Howard William F. Cochran, of Sunset Beach, Pasadena, 

Md. 
Victor Edward Cole, of Baltimore, Md. 
Leroy Wayne Cross, of Baltimore, Md. 
Barbara Ann Dalton, of Baltimore, Md. 
William Leo Daly, Jr., of Cockeysville, Md. 
Robert William Dell, of Westminster, Md. 
Valerie Woods Deverse, of Pasadena, Md. 
William Keech Devlin, of Baltimore, Md. 
Galvin Fray DeVore, of Hanover, Md. 
Evelyn Morrisseau Dunne, of Glen Burnie, Md. 
Eliezer Nachum Eisenberg, of Baltimore, Md. 
William Ellis, of Baltimore, Md. 
Richard Byron Englander, of Baltimore, Md. 
John Leonard Ennis, of York, Pa. 
Patricia Waddell Foard, of Baltimore, Md. 
Patricia Catherine Ford, of Baltimore, Md. 
Linda Ann Fulton, of Baltimore, Md. 
Mary Elizabeth Joyce Gerry, of Baltimore, Md. 
Victor Salvatore Glorioso, of Baltimore, Md. 
Roberta Anne Golden, of Bethesda, Md. 
Luther Burbank Harrill, Jr., of Glen Burnie, Md. 
Joseph James Hess, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Constance Ann Cunningham Hiegel, of Baltimore, Md. 
Peter Holczer, of Baltimore, Md. 
Robert Neil Holmberg, of Kingsville, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Allan David Horning, of Baltimore, Md. 
Thomas Allan Howe, of Crownsville, Md. 
John Clarke Howes, of Baltimore, Md. 
Kathleen Theresa Huesman, of Baltimore, Md. 
Thomas Bosworth Hulcher, of Baltimore, Md. 



Robert Edward Johansen, of Pasadena, Md. 

Alfred Davies Johnson, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

Wayne Thomas Kaczmarkiewicz, of Westminster, Md. 

David Katz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Sung Dai Kim, of Baltimore, Md. 

Kristy Anne Koch, of Timonium, Md. 

Albert Karl Krannebitter, of Baltimore, Md. 

Adrian Francis Kutz, of Baltimore, Md. 

Anastasia Soula Lambropoulos, of Baltimore, Md. 

Patsy Gadd Larrimore, of Linthicum, Md. 

Edward Horace Lauttman, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

John Kenneth Layne, of Randallstown, Md. 

Nancy Norman Leonard, of New Windsor, Md. 

Ronald Ralph Lichtinger, of Baltimore, Md. 

Patricia Clouse MacGeorge, of Cockeysville, Md. 

Daniel Anthony Malczewski, of Shrewsbury, Pa. 

Melvin G. Martin, of Fallston, Md. 

Joan Merlene Monchak, of Baltimore, Md. 

Charles Richard Morsey, of Glen Burnie, Md. 

Daniel Moshenberg, of Baltimore, Md. 

Tobia Hinda Mower, of Baltimore, Md. 

Geoffrey Keyes Mudge, of Baltimore, Md. 

Patrick Michael Murphy, of Finksburg, Md. 

Lillian Prosak Nichols, of Phoenix, Md. 

Denis Michael O'Brien, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Charles Lee Orr, of Reisterstown, Md. 
Louis Carmelo Ortega, of Reisterstown, Md. 
Priscilla Lee Parham, of Baltimore, Md. 
Anita Faye Parton, of Reisterstown, Md. 
Susan Lea Pennington, of Baltimore, Md. 
Ben Hill Perry, of Baltimore, Md. 
Charles Phillip Petroff, of Baltimore, Md. 
Annabell Janssen Pierce, of Columbia, Md. 
Alice Louise Platt, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gary Allen Prise, of Westminster, Md. 
Kenneth Wilbur Rippel, of Baltimore, Md. 
Mary Jane Ruble, of Baltimore, Md. 
Pedro Pangan Sangalang, of Glen Burnie, Md. 
Ursula Adele Scheffel, of Baltimore, Md. 
Marilyn Leuthold Schramm, of Baltimore, Md. 
Hope Odenwaller Way Schroeder, of Cockeysville, Md. 
Alexis Newman Schwartz, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Richard Eugene Seifert, of Wesminster, Md. 
Carroll Edward Seward, of Baltimore, Md. 



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Robert Ellsworth Shaw, Jr., of Bel Air, Md. 
Marguerite Pearl Dusiiel Shirk, of Baltimore, Md. 
Arlvn Singer, of Randallstown, Md. 
Beverly Schillaci Smith, of Baltimore, Md. 
Dixie Lee Speare, of Columbia, Md. 
Fred John Stacharowski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Howard Benjamin Stitley, of Baltimore, Md. 
Joseph Michael Szczesniakowski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Adena Wright Testa, of Baltimore, Md. 



John Francis Thomas III, of Pasadena, Md. 
Charles Elmer Thompson, of Baltimore, Md. 
Frank Stephen Tyminski, of Stewartstown, Pa., A. A. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Michael Roger Whalen, of Glen Burnie, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Robert David Williams, of Baltimore, Md. 
Barbara Hoffhines Yellott, of Ruxton, Md. 
Lidia Caliga Zolinschi, of Baltimore, Md. 



BACHELORS OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING 

in The Evening College 



John Godfred Arbaugh, of Baltimore, Md. 

William Nicholas Bafitis, of Baltimore, Md. 

Timothy Dewar Baker, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The Johns 

Hopkins University, 1974. 
Christine Joanna Benowskyj, of Baltimore, Md. 
Gregory John Boegner, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The Johns 

Hopkins University, 1974. 
Stanley Bogash, of Reisterstown, Md. 
John W. Cammack, of Laurel, Md. 
Allen Scott Caples, of Baltimore, Md. 
Henry Eugene Carlson, of Glen Burnie, Md. 
James Richard Chesney, of Glen Burnie, Md. 
William Clarence Corkran, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Donald Charles Culver, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 
Rosario Di Marco, of Baltimore, Md. 
Edward Walter Dishman, of Ferndale, Md. 
Joseph Gerard Dobry, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The Johns 

Hopkins University, 1972. 
William John Durkin., of Baltimore, Md. 
John H. Eick, Jr., of Columbia, Md. 
John Wesley Ely, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The Johns 

Hopkins University, 1973. 
William Richard Fefel, of Baltimore, Md. 
Carl Harry Fogler, of Baltimore, Md. 
William Andersen Gieseking, of Baltimore, Md. 
Stanley Donald Goldsborough, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. 

The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Paul Michael Griffin, Jr., of Cockeysville, Md. 
David R. Hall, of Bel Air, Md. 
Archibald Lawder Harshaw, Jr., of Severn, Md. 
Charles Louis Hartlove, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Preston Warfel Hartmann, Jr., of Reisterstown, Md., A. S. 

The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Joseph Frank Hetmanski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Robert Lewis Hibbert, of Millersville, Md. 
Richard Carlton Hollinger, of York, Pa. 
John Iwan Korz, of Ellicott City, Md. 
Frank John Kusiak, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The Johns 

Hopkins University, 1973. 



David Earl Lanzer, of Baltimore, Md. 

Amos Hutchinson Lucas, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 

Sarvottam Sanatkumar Majmundar, of Baltimore, Md. 

James Neil Mazzoni, of Ellicott City, Md. 

Thomas Blanton McCord, of Baltimore, Md. 

James Edward McGomgle, of Hampstead, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Joseph William Mcgraw, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Brian Frederick Medcroft, of Baltimore, Md. 
Yogesh Punjalal Mehta, of Baltimore, Md. 
John James Moraski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Robert Winkler Morsberger, of Westminster, Md. 
Richard Boyd Murray, of Churchville, Md. 
Leonard Aubrey Parrish, of Forest Hill, Md. 
David Jonathan Parsley, of Baltimore, Md. 
Thomas Warren Pfister, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. E. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Philip Vincent Pierorazio, of Baltimore, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Francis James Pilarski, of Baltimore, Md. 
Irvin Howard Reeb, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Laurence Fenby Richmond, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Guy Alfred Ritterman, of Pasadena, Md. 
William Marion Roberts, of Aberdeen, Md. 
Lemuel McKenley Robertson, of Baltimore, Md. 
John Edward Ross, of Baltimore, Md. 
Joseph Murray Rouse, of Aberdeen, Md. 
Joel Barry Schneider, of Randallstown, Md. 
R. Richard Seubert, of Baltimore, Md. 
Raymond Melvin Simpson, Jr., of New Freedom, Pa. 
Albert Jeffrey Slack, of Baltimore, Md. 
Thomas Walter Stachowski, of Baltimore, Md. 
E. Tim Stambaugh, of Manchester, Pa. 
David Walter Stevens, of Lutherville, Md. 
Bryan John Stewart, of Reisterstown, Md. 
William Bernard Weintraub, of Aberdeen, Md., A. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
James Edward Wills, Jr., of York, Pa. 
George Frederick Wirt, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. 
Bernard James Wolinski, of Baltimore, Md. 
John William Young, of Baltimore, Md. 



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MASTERS OF SCIENCE 

in The Evening College 



Stephen Douglas Ahlbrand, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Rose 
Polytechnic Institute, 1968. Electrical Engineering. 

Kathleen Gallaway Ahlstrom, of Columbia, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1971. Education. 

Agnes Margaret Alston, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan 
State College, 1973. Education. 

William Augustus Altman, of Ellicott City, Md., M. E. A. 
George Washington University, 1969. Environmental 
Engineering. 

Sherrie Lee Amernick, of Baltimore, Md., B.S. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Richard James Anderson, of Columbia, Md., B. S. M. E. 
Case Institute of Technology, 1968. Computer Science. 

Elizabeth Brady Andrews, of Carney, Md., B. A. Hollins 
College, 1973. Education. 

Ann Morrison Angle, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1970; M.S. Loyola College, 1973. Educa- 
tion. 

Barbara Jane Awalt, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1973. Education. 

Tyrone Barry Ayers, of Avondale, Md., B. S. District of 
Columbia Teachers College, 1972. Management Science. 

Gurdip Singh Bains, of McSherrystown, Pa., B. S. Panjab 
University, India, 1961. Management Science. 

A. Thomas Baity, of Columbia, Md., B. S. District of 
Columbia Teachers College, 1973. Education. 

Sherman Michael Banks, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. E. E. 
Auburn University, 1971. Electrical Engineering. 

Mildred Tippett Barnes, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1971. Education. 

Ruby Marshall Bass, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin State 
College, 1972. Education. 

Louise Smith Battenfeld, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. Cedar 
Crest College, 1973. Education. 

Angela Moncho Bautz, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1970. Education. 

Carolyn Ann Routh Bereska, of Cockeysville, Md., B.A. 
Towson State College, 1972. Education. 

John William Bereska, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Donna Joan Bernstein, of Baltimore, Md., B.S. Old 
Dominion University, 1973. Education. 



Joyce Kathleen Bessey, of Reisterstown, Md., B. S. Syra- 
cuse University, 1972. Education. 

Barbara Cady Bice, of Baltimore, Md., B. A., Knox College, 
1962. Education. 

David Joseph Bilger, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. E. Georgia 
Institute of Technology, 1964; M.E. A. George Washing- 
ton University, 1970. Numerical Science. 

Barbara Cox Bisset, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Monte Bruce Blacksberg, of Gaithersburg, Md., B. S. 
Brooklyn College, 1969. Applied Physics. 

Helen Kaplan Blume, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. Goucher 
College, 1968. Education. 

Henry E. Wirt Bouchelle III, of Gibson Island, Md., B. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1971. Education. 

Teri Rae Lippenberger Brake, of Columbia, Md., B. S. 
Bucknell University, 1972. Education. 

Barbara Miller Brown, of Columbia, Md., B. A. University 
of Michigan, 1972. Education. 

Gregory Donn Brown, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970. Electrical Engineering. 

Marilyn Jane Distler Bugg, of Stevenson, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Colorado, 1969. Education. 

Doris Hall Burke, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Washington 
College, 1957. Education. 

Rosalie Selvage Burns, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Martha Prince Campbell, of Glen Burnie, Md., A. A. St. 
Mary's Junior College, 1948; B. A. University of Mary- 
land, 1970. Education. 

Terry John Caracuzzo, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Delaware, 1972. Computer Science. 

Marilyn Dixon Carey, of Denton, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Janet Orban Chamblee, of Annapolis, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1968. Education. 

Deborah Ann Chavis, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin State 
College, 1970. Education. 

John Hurst Childs, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1960. Environmental Engineering. 

Harry Yan Chiu, of Laurel, Md., B. S. University of Wis- 
consin, 1973. Applied Physics. 

Carol Severn Christmyer, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Education. 



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K. Wayne Claybaugh II, of Millersville, Md., B. S. Towson Harry Payton Delong, of Fallston, Md., B. S. North 



State College, 1971. Computer Science. 

Ronald Albert Cleaver, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

David Gates Cleveland, of Fort Meade, Md., B. S. Roches- 
ter Institute of Technology, 1972. Applied Physics. 

Barbara Jean Clyburn, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1972. Education. 

John Joseph Codd, Jr., of Severna Park, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971. Computer Science. 

Helen M. Schlossberg Cohen, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Michael Steven Cohen, of Millersville, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1968. Education. 

Sandra Lichtenstein Cohen, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1964. Education. 

Charles Edward Cole, of North East, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1968. Education. 

Joanne Lorraine Mayol Coleman, of Laurel, Md., B. S. 
University of Delaware, 1973. Education. 

Harold Edward Conn, of Reisterstown, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1971. Management Science. 

Betty Louise Spencer Cooper, of Chestertown, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1953. Education. 

Norman Randall Cooper, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Brown 
University, 1969. Education. 

Nancy Hoff Cornelius, of Ellicott City, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Margaret Karen Cotter, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. State 
University of New York, New Paltz, 1972. Education. 

Larry Wayne Cox, of Bowie, Md., B. A. University of 
Texas, 1967. Numerical Science. 

Jerilyn Ilene Cragway, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Lester Lynn Cramer, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Patricia Anne Curran, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

John Richard Current, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. DePaul 
University, 1969. Urban Planning. 

Danny Lee Roy Darr, of Denver, Colo., B. S. Oklahoma 
State University, 1973. Computer Science. 

Donald Allan Day, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Drexel Insti- 
tute of Technology, 1974. Electrical Engineering. 

Kenneth Fairclough J. Day III, of Ellicott City, Md., B. S. 
University of Texas, 1974. Computer Science. 



Carolina State University, 1965. Environmental Engi- 
neering. 

Teresa Rich DeMartino, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. 
LaSalle College, 1974. Education. 

Nina Marie DeSimone, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1967; M.Ed., 1972. Education. 

Elaine Maria Diggs, of Towson, Md., B. A. Goucher Col- 
lege, 1969. Education. 

Walter Benjamin Dillian, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Computer Science. 

Morgan Roosevelt Dilver, of Cambridge, Md., B. A. 
Maryland State College, 1968. Education. 

Katharine Evelyn Ditman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1965. Education. 

Thurman Jerome Doolittle, of Delta, Pa., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Kim Anthony Doyle, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Loyola Col- 
lege, 1968. Education. 

Cindy Engel Dubansky, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Patricia Benton Eckles, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. University 
of Kentucky, 1952. Education. 

Mary Conti Eddinger, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College of 
New Rochelle, 1958. Education. 

Juanita Lennon Edwards, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Antioch 
College, 1973. Education. 

Sharon N. Eichenbaum, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Temple 
University, 1971. Education. 

Mary Pippitt Eriksen, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College of 
Notre Dame of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Nancy Iris Feldman, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Janet Fenton, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Goucher College, 
1973. Education. 

Vivian Brittania Ferguson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Johnson C. Smith College, 1973. Education. 

Claire Lynn Fiedler, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. A. Lebanon 
Valley College, 1972. Education. 

Dennis David Fitzgerald, of Bethesda, Md., B. S. Fairfield 
University, 1964; M.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1971; M.S., 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Robert Anson Floyd, Jr., of Reisterstown, Md., B. S. E. E. 
University of Maryland, 1971. Electrical Engineering. 

Charles Willis Fowler, of Oxon Hill, Md., B. S. Central 
Michigan University, 1964; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1973. Environmental Engineering. 



Linda Nichols Decker, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University Paula Diane Franco, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University 
of Virginia, 1971. Management Science. of Maryland, 1972. Education. 



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Michelle Frazier, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1970. Education. 

Linda Jean Frederick, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Gail Anne French, of Arnold, Md., B. A. Hamline Uni- 
versity, 1961. Education. 

Gerald Frank Frey, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1966. Education. 

Alice N. Friday, of Columbia, Md., B. A. Morgan State 
College, 1959. Education. 

Joyce Ann Friend, of Cheltenham, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1972. Education. 

M. Elizabeth Froehlinger-Powell, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. A. College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1973. Educa- 
tion. 

Patricia Diane Gaborski, of Laurel, Md., B. A. State Uni- 
versity of New York, 1974. Numerical Science. 

Bridget Wittelsberger Gallant, of Cockeysville, Md., 
B. A. College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1973. Edu- 
cation. 

Geraldine Ann Gambatese, of Bel Air, Md., M. Ed. Millers- 
ville State College, 1972. Education. 

Barbara Smith Gardner, of Randallstown, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Patricia Cooper Gatzke, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1959. Education. 

Gordon Joseph Gehring, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Frostburg 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Guityafrooz Bolourie Ghaderpanah, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. A. Tehran University, Iran, 1965. Education. 

Frances Long Gill, of Chestertown, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Joanne Dorothy Gillespie, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1970. Education. 

Erika Glazer, of Baltimore, Md., R. N. The Johns Hopkins 
School of Nursing, 1967; B. S. University of Maryland, 
1972. Education. 

Joel Glazer, of Randallstown, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1965; M.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1975. Computer Science. 

Marietta Glazer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Michael Edward Golden, of Falls Church, Va., B. S. Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute, 1970. Numerical Science. 

Brian George Gonzalez, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1966. Education. 

Vera Irmalene Grady, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1970. Computer Science. 



Toni Fonterio Grant, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Alfred James Graybeal, of New Park, Pa., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Thomas Winston Griffin, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. Pensa- 
cola Junior College, 1967; B. S. E. E. University of Florida, 
1969. Computer Science. 

Jan Levin Groebel, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Goucher Col- 
lege, 1974. Education. 

Anand Prakash Gupta, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Muslim 
University, India, 1957. Environmental Engineering. 

Sankar Gupta, of Glen Burnie, Md., M. S. C. E. Jadavpur 
University, India, 1969. Environmental Engineering. 

Anna Huntt Hall, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Ohio State 
University, 1961. Education. 

Elmer Jackson Hall, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Sylvia Candy Hall, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Sherry E. Hamburg, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Janice Stewart Harris, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1968. Education. 

Linda Claire Harrison, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College 
of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Cynthia Camper Harvey, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. West 
Virginia State College, 1951. Education. 

Norman Christopher Harvey, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1974. Management Science. 

Evon Haskins, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin State Col- 
lege, 1971. Education. 

Claude Andrew Hastings, of Pasadena, Md., B. E. E. Uni- 
versity of Delaware, 1969. Electrical Engineering. 

Katie Williams Hatchel, of Silver Spring, Md., B. S. 
Savannah State College, 1958. Education. 

Donna Duncan Hensen, of Severna Park, Md., B. S. Alder- 
son-Broaddus College, 1963. Education. 

Barbara Benton Hill, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. Education. 

Gene Frank Hoffnagle, of Rockville, Md., B. S. Case Insti- 
tute of Technology, 1967. Computer Science. 

James Joseph Holden III, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Computer Science. 

Rosemary Pecci Hollick, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Pennsyl- 
vania State University, 1968. Education. 

Helen Eyre Platt Hollingsworth, of Towson, Md., B. A. 
New Jersey College for Women, 1946. Education. 



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Margaret Mary Blaine Homan, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1974. Education. 

Gary Scott Hoopengardner, of Joppa, Md., B. S. Frostburg 
State College, 1964. Education. 

James Davis Hopkins, of Westminster, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1972. Numerical Science. 

Robert Hopkins, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State Col- 
lege, 1971. Education. 

Mollie B. Hopper, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College of 
Wooster, 1947. Education. 

Beverly Charlotte Ainsley Horner, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. A. University of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Jean Mary Howe, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson State 
College, 1974. Education. 

Vera Rae Huggins, of Baldwin, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1959. Education. 

Lucy Hageman Hunter, of Columbia, Md., B. S. North- 
western University, 1968. Education. 

Carl Irven Hutton, Jr., of Severna Park, Md., B. S. State 
Teachers' College, Ala., 1959. Numerical Science. 

Nancy Christine Ladd Hykes, of Abingdon, Md., B. S. 
Brigham Young University, 1972. Education. 

Mary Alice Hyman, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College of 
Notre Dame of Maryland, 1970. Education. 

Bessie Mae Ferrell Hythe, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins Universiy, 1966. Education. 

Anne Zmeskal Ighani, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Earlham 
College, 1971. Education. 

Carole Walter Irvine, of Pasadena, Md., B. S. West 
Liberty State College, 1963. Education. 

Kevin Claude Jackson, of Silver Spring, Md., B. S. Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute, 1973. Computer Science. 

Chester J. Jakowski, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Loyola Col- 
lege, 1971. Management Science. 

Lyn Jaslow, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. H. E. University of 
Delaware, 1974. Education. 

Sarah Kajdi Jenkins, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1961; M.Ed. Goucher College, 1966. 
Education. 

Annabelle Scott Johnson, of Washington, D. C, B. S. 
Bowie State College, 1965. Education. 

George Franklin Johnson, of Baltimore, Md., Ph. D. Iowa 
State University, 1969. Management Science. 

Grace Luvenia Johnson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Floretta Jeanette Jones, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Antioch 
College, 1973. Education. 

Joyce LePaula Jones, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1969. Education. 



Le Roy Jess Jones, Jr., of Shippensburg, Pa., B. A. Ship- 
pensburg State College, 1972. Computer Science. 

Nancy Lynne Jones, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Milligan Col- 
lege, 1970. Education. 

Martha M. Juhle, of Owings Mills, Md., B. S. N. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Romualdas Jurgis Kalinauskas, of Clearview, Pa., B. S. 
Morgan State College, 1973. Education. 

Michael Loren Kalm, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Christine Brozowski Kamenoff, of Annapolis, Md., B. A. 
University of Connecticut, 1970. Computer Science. 

Robert Walter Kanach, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. St. 
Francis College, 1971. Education. 

Peter Dmitri Katan, Jr., of Greenbelt, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Computer Science. 

Arlene Debby Katz, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Bruce L. Kauffman, of Laurel, Md., B. S. Drexel Univer- 
sity, 1973. Numerical Science. 

Suzanne Jean Kauffman, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. 
Millersville State College, 1966. Education. 

Patricia Dianne Kelly, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Thomas Harry Kimsey, of Columbia, Md., B. S. E. E. Rut- 
gers University, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Margaret Fell King, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1973. Education. 

Barbara Ann Matelock Kiser, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Edinboro State College, 1965. Education. 

Leonard Irvin Klein, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Diane Marie Koch, of Lutherville, Md., B. S. Salisbury 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Peter G. Kojzar, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University of 
Baltimore, 1973. Computer Science. 

Lawrence Richard Kolbicka, of Gaithersburg, Md., B. S. 
University of Scranton, 1972. Numerical Science. 

Selina Sivi Gold Korman, of Owings Mills, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. Education. 

Mary Ann Krugh, of Washington, D. C, B. A. St. Mary's 
College, 1969. Education. 

William Keith Krutz, of Arlington, Va., B. S. University 
of Akron, 1967. Computer Science. 

Myrna Tomkin Kuritzky, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Temple 
University, 1957. Education. 



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Sally Fleming Mays Kutzer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971; B. A., 1972. Education. 

Janice Marie Lane, of Sykesville, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1970. Education. 

Joel David Lapin, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Massachusetts, 1968; M.A., 1971. Education. 

Norbert Gordon Lassahn, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. Environmental Engineering. 

Margery Beatrice Lawrence, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Oak- 
wood College, 1971. Education. 

Catherine Belle Keefer Lee, of Columbia, Md., A. A. 
Hagerstown Junior College, 1970; B. S. Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, 1972. Numerical Science. 

Kun Young Lee, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Seoul National 
University, Korea, 1969. Computer Science. 

Janet Ruth Leibowitz, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. Com- 
munity College of Baltimore, 1970; B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1973. Education. 

Dennis Lee Lengyel, of Canton, Ohio. B. S. E. E. Uni- 
versity of Akron, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Ellen Mauck. Lessy, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. College of 
William and Mary, 1969. Numerical Science. 

Linda Ann Levin, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Rhoda Powell Levin, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. Catonsville 
Community College, 1969; B. S. Morgan State College, 
1973. Education. 

Rose Tendler Levine, of Columbia, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Jay Irwin Levinson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. B. A. Washing- 
ton University, 1971. Education. 

Norma Flaxman Levitt, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1973. Education. 

Mildred Levy, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State Col- 
lege, 1949. Education. 

Mary Susie Lewis, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Elizabeth City 
University, 1960. Education. 

Edward Maurice Lewison, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Colum- 
bia University, 1971. Urban Planning. 

Robert Sheldon Lindsay, of Edgewood, Md., B. S. State 
University of New York, Buffalo, 1970. Environmental 
Engineering. 

Stanley Alois Link, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1970. Management Science. 

Ronne Jaye Lippenholz, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Thomas Edward Little, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. St. 
Mary's Seminary and University, 1974. Education. 



Theodore Livingston, Jr., of East Riverdale, Md., B. S. 
Southern University, 1971. Numerical Science. 

Harry Lovell Loats, Jr., of Westminster, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970; M. S., 1971. Environ- 
mental Engineering. 

Estes James Lockhart, of Myersville, Md., M. A. San 
Francisco State University, 1969. Education. 

Gloria Morgan Lowery, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1973. Education. 

Benny Chung-Ngok Lu, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. State Uni- 
versity of New York, 1971. Computer Science. 

Jacqueline Pratt Ludford, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Col- 
lege of Mount St. Vincent, 1957. Education. 

Elizabeth Marietta Lutz, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Delaware, 1972. Education. 

Annamarie Maccentelli, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Frost- 
burg State College, 1972. Education. 

Ruby Elizabeth MacDonnell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1963. Education. 

Frances Brehm MacKabee, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Baltimore, 1973. Education. 

Deborah Anne Mackey, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Dennis Bernard Mahoney, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts, 1968. Computer Science. 

Nancy Marie Mann, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. A. Fairmont 
State College, 1969. Education. 

Kenneth William Martin, of Dundalk, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1973. Education. 

Thomas Van Martin, of Seabrook, Md., B. S. M. E. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. Space Technology. 

Ann Rafferty Mathias, of Silver Spring, Md., B. A. Ameri- 
can University, 1964. Education. 

Ann Marie Christene Matt, of Matamoras, Pa., B. A. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Education. 

Sharon Ruth Boutelier Matthews, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. S. Temple University, 1971. Education. 

William Rudolf May, of Crofton, Md., B. A. American 
University, 1969. Education. 

Stephen Grant McCarron, of Adelphi, Md., B. A. LaSalle 
College, 1953. Computer Science. 

Charles Christopher McCarthy, of Baltimore, Md., B.E.E. 
Manhattan College, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Robert Allen McCune, of Columbia, Md., M. S. Long 
Island University, 1972. Computer Science. 



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John Henry McGlynn, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Blooms- 
burg State College, 1968. Education. 

Wilbert Franklin McIntyre, of Columbia, Md., B. S. 
Winston-Salem State University, 1956; M.A. George 
Washington University, 1965; C. A. S. The Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1971. Education. 

Eva Mary McManus, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Beaver Col- 
lege, 1970. Education. 

Sondra Diane McMeekin, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Betha Derother McMillan, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Lehigh University, 1962; M. S., 1964. Computer Science. 

Brian John McNamara, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. E. 
Manhattan College, 1973. Electrical Engineering. 

Arthur Benjamin Merrion, of Huntingtown, Md., B. A. 
Pfeiffer College, 1965. Numerical Science. 

James R. Metzger, of Lanham, Md., B. M. E. University 
of Detroit, 1966. Space Technology. 

Ellen Beth Meyer, of Crofton, Md., B. S. Kent State Uni- 
versity, 1973. Education. 

Robert Reinhart Meyer, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Carroll 
College, 1969. Education. 

Ronald Meyers, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1965. Education. 

Dorothy Hauk Milan, of Timonium, Md., B. F. A. Mary- 
land Institute, College of Art, 1968. Education. 

William Benjamin Miles, Jr., of Suitland, Md., B. S. 
George Washington University, 1972. Computer Science. 

Carol Ann Fisch Miller, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1968; M.L. A., 1974. Educa- 
tion. 

Kimberlee Martinez Mitchel, of Ellicott City, Md., B. S. 
California State College, 1969. Numerical Science. 

Robert Urquhart Mitchell, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Morgan State College, 1951; B. S. Columbia University, 
1954. Education. 

Joan Marie Montanari, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. St. Louis 
University, 1966. Education. 

Sandra Bloom Morrell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1967. Education. 

Lynn Palatucci Morrow, of Kingsville, Md., B. A. College 
of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Anand Shantaram Mujumdar, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. 
University of Jabalpur, India, 1964. Management Science. 

Ernest Henry Neels, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1965; C. C. E. S., 1971. Computer 
Science. 

Jean Smith Nelson, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Pennsylvania 
State University, 1971. Education. 



Robert William Nelson, of Beltsville, Md., B. S. Drexel 
University, 1969. Numerical Science. 

Diana Lee Langdon Newton, of Grand Junction, Colo., 
B. A. Bucknell University, 1971. Education. 

Dianna Marie Noplock, of Aberdeen, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Larry Gus Norris, of Westminster, Md., B. S. Clarion State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Linda Kingsbury Norris, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Education. 

Rose Marie Wolf Norris, of Westminster, Md., B. S. 
Clarion State College, 1971. Education. 

Cornelia Lauretta North, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Oak- 
wood College, 1950. Education. 

Audrey Eileen Marchetti Novak, of Edgewood, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1972. Education. 

Mary Ann Nuedling, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Marie Antoinette Owens, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1970. Education. 

Anne Helene Painter, of Columbia, Md., B. A. Beaver 
College, 1972. Numerical Science. 

Beverley Jean Parker, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Loyola 
College, 1972. Education. 

David Allan Parrish, of Columbia, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1964; M. L. A., 1968. Educa- 
tion. 

Edward Theodore Patro, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1969; M. Ed. Coppin State College, 1973. 
Education. 

Harold Peter Joseph Pazourek, Jr., of Mount Airy, Md., 
B.E.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 1964; M.S., 1970. 
Electrical Engineering. 

LeDell Pearson, of Pine Hill, Ala., B. S. Auburn Univer- 
sity, 1965. Computer Science. 

Kathryn Susan Peters, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1971; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1974. Urban Planning. 

Phillip Lee Peyton, of Severn, Md., B. S. E. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. Electrical Engineering. 

Rosemary Freeman Pinder, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Mor- 
gan State College, 1972. Education. 

Shayna Frada Zisserson Pitt, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Rhode Island, 1971. Education. 

Wayne Addison Plitt, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Joyce Zeskind Plotkin, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1961. Education. 



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Shelley MacLean Post, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1974. Education. 

James Edgar Price, of Laurel, Md., B. S. Case Institute of 
Technology, 1974. Electrical Engineering. 

Charlene Cecelia Pryseski, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1972. Education. 

Yvonne Kathleen Pukacz, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. Frost- 
burg State College, 1972. Education. 

Florence Irby Queen, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. University 
of Pittsburgh, 1958. Education. 

Eimutis Severinas Radzius, of Arnold, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Computer Science. 

William Howard Reamy, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. M. E. 
Lehigh University, 1967. Environmental Engineering. 

Bart Francis Rice, of Crofton, Md., B. A. Rice University, 
1965; M. S. Louisiana State University, 1967; Ph. D., 1969. 
Computer Science. 

Michael John Richardson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Environmental Engi- 
neering. 

Gloria Dickens Richeson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1964. Education. 

James Jefferson Ridgell, Jr., of Elkridge, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. Eletrical Engineering. 

Frederick William Riedel, Jr., of Columbia, Md., B.S.M.E. 
Carnegie-Mellon University, 1968; M.S.M.E. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1973. Electrical Engineering. 

Michael Barron Riordan, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Ch. E. 
University of Maryland, 1969. Environmental Engineer- 
ing. 

Donald Leroy Rittgers, of York, Pa., A. A. S. Southern 
Colorado State College, 1967; B. S., 1973. Education. 

James Patrick Robins, of Bowie, Md., B. A. Baylor Uni- 
versity, 1969. Numerical Science. 

Judith Lee Robinson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1974. Education. 

Alvaro Rodriguez, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1968; M.Ed., 1971. Management 
Science. 

William Alan Ross, of Baltimore, Md., B.S. Morgan State 
College, 1973. Education. 

Joyce Tannenbaum Rottman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. Education. 

Cynthia Gilpin Roy, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. Hartford 
College for Women, 1970; B. A. University of New 
Hampshire, 1972. Education. 

Robin Shumway Rupprecht, of Baltimore, Md., B.S. Tow- 
son State College, 1971. Education. 



Cynthia Keyes Russo, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Albert Charles Sadilek, of Columbia, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Numerical Science. 

Gary Roy Sander, of Joppatowne, Md., B. S. M. E. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. Management Science. 

Rebecca Beth Millstone, Sandler, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Warren Melvin Scheinin, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Computer Science. 

Sandra Friedman Schlossberg, of Randallstown, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1965. Education. 

Germaine Louise Schortt Schmidt, of Baltimore, Md. B. S. 
Towson State College, 1961. Education. 

Anne Leanette Schroeder, of Ellicott City, Md., B. A. 
Louisiana Technical University, 1969. Education. 

Mildred Joyce Schwartz, of Timonium, Md., M. S. Loyola 
College, 1973. Education. 

Jane Scott, of Ellicott City, Md., B. S. Indiana University, 
1970. Education. 

Alan Bruce Seward, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1968. Education. 

Carol Louise Shaffer, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Pennsyl- 
vania State University, 1970. Education. 

Edward Stoner Shaffer, of Arnold, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1966; M. S., 1974. Computer Science. 

Satish Chandra Shah, of Gaithersburg, Md., B. E. Govern- 
ment Engineering College, India, 1964. Computer Science. 

Eileen Gale Goldstein Sharoky, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Judith Jane Sheinbrot, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Marshall 
University, 1963. Education. 

Marilyn Joyce Shirley, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. Illinois 
University, 1960. Education. 

Jacqueline Puschett Shulik, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1957. Education. 

Nicholas Shust, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. The Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1974. Computer Science. 

Minda Storch Silber, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1965. Education. 

Leslie Beth Silverstein, of Randallstown, Md., B.S. Uni- 
versity of Miami, 1973. Education. 

Ruth Federman Silverstone, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Bos- 
ton University, 1961. Education. 

John Reynolds Simpson, of Mount Airy, Md., B. S. Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Carolyn Ayers Sisk, of Columbia, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971. Education. 



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Suzanne Louise Slagle, of Columbia, Md., B. A. University 
of Denver, 1970. Education. 

Janis Alexis Smith, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Laura Pearson Smith, of Baltimore, Md. Education. 

Ruth E. Bentley Smith, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1970. Education. 

David Andrew Snyder, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. E. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Electrical Engineering. 

Norman Glenn Snyder, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1972. Computer Science. 

Nancy F. Mitchell Solomon, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Mor- 
gan State College, 1965. Education. 

Robert Bailey Solomon, of Fort McPherson, Ga., A. A. 
University of Baltimore, 1950; B. S. University of Mary- 
land, 1964. Education. 

Timothy Joseph Sosinski, of Baltimore, Md., B. Arch. Penn- 
sylvania State University, 1973. Urban Planning. 

Joseph Michael Spinola, of Ellicott City, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Edward James Springer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. La Salle 
College, 1966; M. Rel. Ed. Loyola University of Chicago, 
1972. Education. 

Myrna Mahler Steinberg, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1959. Education. 

Barbara Edith Steiner, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Queens 
College, 1973. Education. 

Donald Harry Stemmler, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. 
Clarion State College, 1971. Education. 

Stephen Joseph Stephan, of Reisterstown, Md., B.E. E. 
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1960; M.S. Air Force 
Institute of Technology, 1966. Computer Science. 

Arlene Rita Stern, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. George Wash- 
ington University, 1973. Education. 

Robert Kellmore Stilwell, of Columbia, Md., B. S. E. E. 
Kansas State University, 1973. Electrical Engineering. 

Jean Elaine Stong, of Uniontown, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Darla Fishbein Strouse, of Columbia, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1967. Education. 

Iris Pine Stutman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1966. Education. 

Bonnie Manners Sudduth, of Cooksville, Md., A. A. St. 
Mary's College of Maryland, 1967; B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Deborah Kay Sutt, of Timonium, Md., B. A. Michigan 
State University, 1972. Education. 



Lawyer Leonard Swinson, Sr.. of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Coppin State College, 1970. Education. 

Charles Avon Taylor, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Norma Georjean Taylor, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1971. Education. 

James Anthony Termini, of Norristown, Pa.. B. S. Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame, 1958. Space Technology. 

Thomas James Terry, Jr., of Silver Spring, Md., E. S. 
United States Naval Academy, 1960. Management Sci- 
ence. 

Anand Prakash Terway, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. C. E. Re- 
gional Institute of Technology, India, 1965. Environ- 
mental Engineering. 

Doris Murphy Tewes, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Lucia Graham Thompson, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Lynda Suzanne Thorp, of Lanham, Md., B. A. Carson- 
Newman College, 1975. Education. 

Douglas Roger Tighe, of Sterling, Va., B. A. Lafayette Col- 
lege, 1968. Applied Physics. 

Barbara Lassiter Tillman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Fayetteville State Teachers College, 1955. Education. 

Marilyn Tishler, of Randallstown, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

M. Patricia Cosgrove Tlasek, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. St. 
Joseph College, 1966. Education. 

Mark Edward Tomassoni, of Severna Park, Md., E. A. 
Pennsylvania State University, 1973; M. A. University of 
Georgia, 1974. Urban Planning. 

Herbert LeRoy Tracey, Jr., of Millers, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1970. Numerical Science. 

Marjorie Ann Russ Trifon, ot Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of South Carolina, 1957; M. A. Georgia State Col- 
lege, 1971. Education. 

George William Troxler, Jr., of Silver Spring, Md., B. S. 
Capitol Institute of Technology, 1972. Electrical Engi- 
neering. 

Overton Malcolm Tuck, Jr., of Mount Airy, Md., P.. S. 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1970. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 

Diane Marian Pelham Turner, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
University of Cincinnati, 1970. Education. 

Selma Gray Ulrich, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971. Education. 

Ilene Marsha Mehlman Uram, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1973. Education. 

Corinne Franklin Herman Vineberg, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. S. Towson State College, 1951. Education. 



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Evelynne Sandy Vismale, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1973. Education. 

Millicent Annette Patton Wade, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Kentucky State College, 1961. Education. 

Hilda Soma Cruz Waldorf, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Puerto Rico, 1962. Education. 

Leslie Reichlyn Walters, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Rosalyn Karen Shipley Wanderman, of Baltimore, Md., 
B. S. Towson State College, 1970. Education. 

Penny Stewart Warren, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Blooms- 
burg State College, 1972. Education. 

Linda Romona Gale Watkins, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Morgan State College, 1967. Education. 

Marilyn Lorraine Webb, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Frostburg 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Eugene George Weiermiller, of Laurel, Md., B. S. E. E. 
Drexel University, 1968. Electrical Engineering. 

Carol Gross Weiner, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Goucher 
College, 1973. Education. 

Joanne Cox Welling, of Sykesville, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1972. Education. 

Helen Wermuth, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University of 
Bridgeport, 1964. Education. 

Richard Weaver West, of Millers, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1970. Education. 

Glenadine Strome Wheeler, of Danville, Calif., B. S. 
Oregon State University, 1954. Education. 

Harold Edward White, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1970. Computer Science. 

Frank Joseph Whorley, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1970. Education. 



Charles Free Wilhelm, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Baltimore, 1968; J. D., 1972. Education. 

Karen Elaine Minton Williams, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1970. Education. 

Joe Edward Wilson, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1972. Education. 

Susan Hume Wimsatt, of Columbia, Md., B. A. Goucher 
College, 1973. Education. 

Gail English Winslow, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Cecille Mirvis Winston, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

William Stanley Wolinski, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1969. Environmental Engineering. 

Richard Wah Wong, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. E. E. Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

Kenneth Lee Wright, of Falls Church, Va., B. A. Eliza- 
bethtown College, 1970; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1972. Education. 

Suzanne Retherford Wycoff, of Freeland, Md., B. F. A. 
Ohio University, 1971. Education. 

Robin Pelle Wyett, of Woodlawn, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

John Richard Yates, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Baltimore, 1974. Education. 

Alan Michael Young, of Millersville, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Management Science. 

Marc Steven Young, of Sykesville, Md., B. A. C. W. Post 
College, 1973. Education. 

Michael R. Young, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1974. Education. 

Eberhard Edmund Zwergel, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Education. 



MASTERS OF EDUCATION 

in The Evening College 

Josita Elizabeth Allen, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Bowie Anna McFadden Bailey, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1964. State College, 1974. 

Stephen Joseph Alsop, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. Morgan 



Jeanne Thom Bayer, of Joppa, Md., A. A. Essex Com- 
munity College, 1970; B. S. Eastern Kentucky University, 
1972. 



State College, 1970. 

Sharon Mae Mitchell Anthony, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1971. 

Ronald Joseph Anton, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. Ohio State 

University, 1971. 
Rena Ashworth, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns Sheri Lynn Bleakman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 

Hopkins University, 1971. of Maryland, 1972. 



Mary Caroline Bell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1963. 



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W'ii.ma G. Blumenfeld, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

Ingrid Lamborn Wilson Bortner, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1966. 

Frona Alice Holzman Brown, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Goucher College, 1965; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1970. 

Peggy Joanne Brandon Brown, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Virginia State College, 1963. 

Patricia Lynn Brunicardi, of North Plainfield, N. J., B. A. 
Glassboro State College, 1972. 

Linda Foster Bryant, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1971. 

Linda Edell Burnett, of Fallston, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1970. 

Katherine Parker Rouse Carr, of Columbia, Md., B. A. 
Middlebury College, 1969. 

Ian Paul Cohen, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Joy Spiegel Cohen, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Campbell 
College, 1972. 

Sanford Jay Cohn, of McDonogh, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1967. 

Patricia Lee Convery, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Mount 
St. Agnes College, 1968. 

Marcia Mary Cook, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Iowa, 1952. 

Edward Strawbridge Cooper, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Col- 
gate University, 1971. 

John Desmond Corcoran, of McDonogh, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity College, Ireland, 1956; Higher Dipl. in Ed., 1957. 

Cathy Phillips Correll, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1971. 

John Tormollan Cosden, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Loyola College, 1972. 

Patricia Jean D'Amario, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

Sidney Daniels, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Youngstown 
College, 1949; B. D. Howard University, 1953. 

William Earl Deas, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Columbia 
University, 1965. 

Kathleen Sullivan de Wit, of Ferndale, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1969. 

Patricia Ann Thomas Distefano, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
University of Maryland, 1971. 

Paul Richard Dobish, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. California 
State University, 1969. 



Anna Maria Dolina, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1970. 

Esta Arnowitz Doliner, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. New 
Jersey State College, 1958. 

Donald Dickinson Eavenson, Jr., of McDonogh, Md., B. A. 
Washington and Lee University, 1973. 

Trudi Kramer Eblen, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University 
of Wisconsin, 1962; M.S., 1965. 

Sheila Eileen Ecker, of Westminster, Md., B. A. College 
of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1972. 

Phyllis Maria Amasia Ercolano, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Towson State College, 1971. 

Barbara Lou Fegley, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Bowling 
Green State University, 1967. 

Nancy-Jo Kessler Field, of Rockville, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971; M.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1973. 

Ralph Lindsay Fitch, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Frost- 
burg State College, 1974. 

Patricia Ann Jones Fletcher, of Forest Hill, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1966. 

Angelo Joseph Fortunato, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1954. 

Patricia Paige Foust, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin State 
College, 1969. 

Lawrence A. Fox, of Baltimore, Md., M. P. H. The Johns 
Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1974. 

Elnora Paige Harris Galbreath, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Bennett College, 1966. 

Sonia Levin Gann, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1954. 

Roberta Judith Israel Garfield, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1972. 

Wilhelma Maxine Garner, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Fisk 
University, 1966. 

Beverly Falkenhan German, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1970. 

Phyllis Hendler Glassman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1951. 

Ann Glazer, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of Mary- 
land, 1971. 

Cynthia Litofsky Glazer, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971. 

Paul S. Goldberg, of Bronx, N. Y., B. S. George Peabody 
College, 1971. 

Elena Goulding, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Our Lady of 
Angels College, 1972. 

Daniel E. Halevy, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Dickinson 
College, 1971. 



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Patricia Lorraine Hayes, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1972. 

Charles Walter Hedrick, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Loyola 
College, 1974. 

Jane Patricia Stephenson Heill, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Davis and Elkins College, 1971. 

Willard Charles Heilman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Cali- 
fornia State College, 1965. 

Marcia Anne Davidson Henshaw, of Owings Mills, Md., 
B. S. Michigan State University, 1972. 

Margaret Jane Wegierski Hresko, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1970. 

Shirley Jean Reynolds Huddleston, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. 
Indiana State Teachers College, 1952. 

Kenneth Lee Jackson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. 

Joyce Ilean Jennings, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1970. 

John Allen Johns, of Joppatowne, Md., M. S. Morgan State 
College, 1969. 

Betty Jane Johnson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Bowie State 
College, 1968. 

Helen Mayvine Gillis Johnson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S., 
Fayetteville State Teachers College, 1959. 

Charlotte King Kaufman, of Baltimore, Md., M. P. H. 
The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public 
Health, 1972. 

Linda Lucille Griffith Kester, of Jarrettsville, Md., B. A. 
Mercyhurst College, 1971. 

Mary Anne Doyle Kiessling, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. 
Central Connecticut State College, 1971. 

Paul Charles Kriewald, Jr., of Millersville, Md., B. A. 
University of Maryland, 1972. 

Barbara Hull Lake, of Kingsville, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1971. 

Lynn Ann Langel, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. University of 
Kentucky, 1970. 

Shirley Grace Lawrence, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1965. 

Michael E. Lee, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1964. 

Wilbren Wayne McAfee, of Laurel, Md., B. A. Augusta 
College, 1974. 

Glenn Worthington Lewis, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
University of Maryland, 1973. 

Rita May Lukehart, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Pennsylvania 
State University, 1971. 



Marilyn Dennis McDonald, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Cop- 
pin State College, 1973. 

Gloriann Power Mehlman, of Clarksville, Md., B. S. 
Radford College, 1970. 

Marvin Sidney Miller, of Baltimore, Md.. B. A. University 
of Maryland. 1967. 

Nadine Elaine Turlington Mills, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1968. 

Donnell Anne Johnson Moore, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Coppin State College, 1970. 

Patricia Anne Hobson Moritz, of Washington, D. C, B. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 

Darryl Kieth Myers, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1972. 

Nancy Ryan Naggan, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Radcliffe 
College, 1959. 

Anneli Holtta Navarro, of Baltimore, Md., Cert. Stock- 
holm University, Sweden, 1963. 

Harryette Caplan Offit, of Lutherville, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1965. 

William James Orlosky, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Cali- 
fornia State College, 1971. 

Irma Lockett Phillips, of Chase, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1971, 

Eleanor Elsie Muth Pieroschek, of Glen Burnie, Md., 
B.S. Towson State College, 1952. 

Vulia Mae Pittman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1958. 

Shelley Cheslock Potler, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. 

Victoria Marie Gerber Powell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1970. 

Sharen Smoot Pula, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1972. 

Claire Ellen Ritterhoff, of Towson, Md., B. A. Franklin 
and Marshall College, 1974. 

Roberta Gwynn Roberts, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan 
State College, 1940. 

Robert Clyde Rude, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. California 
State College, 1966. 

Millie Ann Coleman Shaw, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. John- 
son C. Smith University, 1965. 

Timothy Albert Sinclair, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1974. 

Carolyn Lucretia Austin Smith, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1970. 

James Merritt Smith, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of North Carolina, 1973. 



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Sandra Hatfield Snow, of Mount Airy, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

Doris Theresa Spangenberg, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. 

George Allen Spurr, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Bradley Uni- 
versity, 1969. 

Rosetta Squire, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin State 
College, 1971. 

Deirdre Corcoran Stam, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Radcliffe 
College, 1962; M. A. New York University, 1965. 

Paul Gerard Staub, of Timonium, Md., B. A. St. Vincent 
College, 1963; M. A. Catholic University of America, 1967. 

Sharon Lynn Rent Stein, of Laurel, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 

Carol Ann Marshall Swartz, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1971. 

Thomas Martin Szerensits, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Penn- 
sylvania State University, 1973. 

Karen Haldeman Thomas, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. 
Longwood College, 1972. 

Dolores Bak Thompson, of Edgewood, Md., B. S. Russell 
Sage College, 1959. 

Edna Ennels Thornton, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1963. 

Mary Lucille Vaught Trinko, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Towson State College, 1968. 



John Anthony Tyler, of Brooklandville, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1964. 

Stephanie Livie Velleggia, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. George 
Washington University, 1971. 

Gail Carter Vesely, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. 

Adriana Wilhelmina Ward, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Tus- 
kegee Institute, 1972. 

Judith Ellen Webber, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Lake Erie 
College, 1961. 

Timothy Roy Weida, of Sykesville, Md., B. A. Muhlenberg 
College, 1970. 

Susan Deborah Falck. Weintraub, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1970. 

David Mitchell Whiteley, of Towson, Md., B. A. Dart- 
mouth College, 1973. 

Sheldon Eugene Whitely, of Kingsville, Md., B. Arch. 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1973. 

Charles Ellsworth Wolfkill III, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1971. 

N. Joseph Wolfsheimer, Jr., of Lutherville, Md., B. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 

Jo Ann Wright, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Frostburg State 
College, 1972. 



MASTERS OF LIBERAL ARTS 

in The Evening College 



Nancy Patricia Amodeo Austin, of Columbia, Md., B. A. 
Oberlin College, 1968; M. A. T. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1970. 

Nelson Daniel Ayling, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Temple 
University, 1961. 

Lois Moline Backscheider, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Minnsota, 1971. 

Molly Susan Le Van Baldi, of Frederick, Md., B. A. 
Wagner College, 1972. 

Barbara Ann Bartol, of Franklin, N. C, B. A.. College of 
Notre Dame of Maryland, 1963. 



Darlaine Blocks Bone, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Purdue 
University, 1966. 

Carole Henderson Bowen, of Randallstown, Md., B. A. 
Towson State College, 1970. 

Suzanne Jacobs Bradford, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. Wes- 
tern Maryland College, 1966. 

Barbara Ethel Bryant, of Alexandria, Va., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1970. 

Nanette Sauber Bugatch, of Baltimore, Md., B. S., Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1969. 



Ellen Reedy Cadwalader, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Loyola 
College, 1974. 

Sandra Louise Benson, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. Towson RoLDAH NoRTHUP Cameron, of Short Hills, N. J., B. A. 
State College, 1968. Connecticut College, 1951. 

Florence Silverman Berdiansky Berdann, of Baltimore, r y Roger Caudill, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Towson State 
Md., B. A. Goucher College, 1947. College, 1971. 



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Mary Ethel Cebra, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971. 

Eleanor Marie Celentani, of East Rochester, N. Y., B. A. 
Nazareth College, 1970. 

Edward Joseph Cider, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Joan Patricia Clark, of Lutherville, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1970. 

Norris Edward Diefenderfer, of Hagerstown, Md., B. A. 
University of Maryland, 1963. 

Carolyn Moore Donkervoet, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Bucknell University, 1950. 

Kathryn Joann Donnelly, of Baltimore, Md., B.A. Western 
Maryland College, 1973. 

Karen E. Douglas, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1969. 

Robert Charles Dumas, of Hyattsville, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1968. 

Gay Thompson Durden, of Joppa, Md., B. S. Georgia 
Southern College, 1968. 

Linda Jarvis Eberhart, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971. 

Irmgard Margarete Eck, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

Kathleen Jeanne Fay, of Joppa, Md., M. S. L. S. Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, 1965. 

Theresa Marie Flak, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Mercyhurst 
College, 1970. 

Cheryl Lea Flater, of Owings Mills, Md., B. A. North- 
eastern University, 1971. 

Claudia Jane Floyd, of Owings Mills, Md., B. A. Carlow 
College, 1969; M. A. Duquesne University, 1971. 

Sheila Lynn Cagen Frank, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. State 
University of New York, 1970. 

Elaine Sondra Abrams Frankle, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Goucher College, 1953. 

Elizabeth Bordley Hyde Gamble, of Gibson Island, Md., 
B. S. Bucknell University, 1971. 

Pamela Kirkbride Gisriel, of Baltimore, Md., B.A. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1973. 

Linda Arlene Golden, of Cumberland, Md., B. S. Frost- 
burg State College, 1969. 

Leslie Jeanne Ingram Gorn, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Tow- 
son State College, 1969. 

Howard Hall Green, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Randolph- 
Macon College, 1933. 



Pamela Jean Grivens, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Shippens- 
burg State College, 1969. 

Michelle Bozzi Habersat, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1971. 

William Harold Hardy, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Central 
State University, 1964. 

Alan Dannenberg Hecht, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. in Econ. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1940. 

Margaret Rose Moses Hecht, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Goucher College, 1943. 

James Allen Helfman, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Rutgers 
University, 1971. 

Loretta Byrne Henderson, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Uni- 
versity of Missouri, 1964. 

Teresa Francis Fleming Henderson, of Baltimore, Md., 
B.A. University of Texas, 1967. 

Thomas Russell Hensley, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Blooms- 
burg State College, 1973. 

Wilbur Calvin Hicks, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Fisk Uni- 
versity, 1968; M. A. Harvard University, 1970. 

Dale Hilliard, of Crofton, Md., B. A. Bowie State College, 
1971. 

Ann Lyle Howard, of Baltimore, Md., B.A. Elmira 
College, 1974. 

Margaret Whitlow Howard, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Meredith College, 1970. 

John Edward Hughes, Jr., of Glen Arm, Md., B. A. Loyola 
College, 1972. 

Neil Francis Hurdle, of Essex, Md., B. A. Purdue Uni- 
versity, 1971. 

Mary Therese Kelly, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Edgecliff 
College, 1966. 

Philip Thomas Kennedy, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1971. 

Thomas Hume Koehler, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1963; M. A. University of 
Mississippi, 1965. 

Walter Joseph Kozumbo, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Prince- 
ton University, 1967. 

James Marshall Kramon, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Carnegie 
Institute of Technology, 1966; J. D. George Washington 
University, 1969; LL. M. Harvard University, 1970. 

Carolyn Jo Kuebel, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Southern Mississippi, 1969. 

Anne Webster Small Kurtz, of Bethesda, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. 

Peter Thomas Langan, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Colorado 
State University, 1963. 



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Marion Lea Lanham, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Bowling 
Green State University, 1970. 

Sandra Ina Levin Lever, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Penn- 
sylvania State University, 1956. 

Morris Bernard Levy, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Syracuse 
University, 1949. 

William Minor May, of Baltimore, Md., B. Arch. North 
Carolina State University, 1966. 

Pamela Suzanne McConchie, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Mount St. Agnes College, 1971. 

Jeffery D. Meyers, of Abingdon, Md., B. S. Ohio Univer- 
sity, 1971. 

Joyce Irene Miller, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Baltimore, 1969; B. Ed. University of Alberta, 1971. 

William Miller, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Florence Fischer Milloff, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Tow- 
son State College, 1965. 

Jean Schramm Monier, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College 
of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1953. 

Cherie Fa ye Meyer Moore, of Reston, Va., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Evansville, 1966. 

Joanne Murley, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Baltimore, 1971. 

Elizabeth Brown Murphy, of Kingsville, Md., B. S. Ameri- 
can University, 1951. 

Janet Holzapfel Newberry, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Tow- 
son State College, 1971. 

Patricia Anne Newell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. College 
of William and Mary, 1972. 

Stephanie Herbig Noval, of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Du- 
quesne University, 1969. 

Ellen G. Oberfelder, of Baltimore, Md., B.A. Wheaton 
College, 1950; M.Ed. Western Maryland College, 1969. 

Janis Rada O'Neal, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1969. 

Thorkild S. Paaby, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Lafayette 
College, 1970. 

Mary Elizabeth Pivec, of Edgewood, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

John Frederick Poliszuk, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B.A. 
University of Maryland, 1972. 



Donna Larene Rude, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1968. 

Niloofar Zeinab Sadjadi, of Lutherville, Md., B.A. Goucher 
College, 1974. 

Joan Caryn Miller Sarkin, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. 

Brian Henry Schofield, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Louisville, 1960; J. D. University of Maryland, 

1974. 

Susan Bernstein Schuster, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. 
Loyola College, 1968. 

Doreen Berg Sekulow, of Randallstown, Md., B.A. Goucher 
College, 1960. 

Erwin M. Sekulow, of Randallstown, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1959. 

Mary Marshall Seldin, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Baltimore, 1972. 

David Jay Shaffer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Franklin and 
Marshall College, 1968. 

Mary Lou Sheehan, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. College of 
Notre Dame of Maryland, 1970. 

Alison Joan Keach Shenkus, of Camp Hill, Pa., B. S. Tem- 
ple University, 1970. 

John Francis Sherman, of Cockeysville, Md., B.A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970. 

Thomas Herbert Shriver, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Loyola 
College, 1972. 

Everett George Sillers, of Edgewood, Md., B. S. Shippens- 
burg State College, 1963; M.Ed., 1968. 

Sandra Lee Spence, of Randallstown, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. 

Linda Carol Earl Steen, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Western 
Maryland College, 1971. 

Marsha Lipson Stein, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 

Allen Lee Stockett, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1967. 

Anna Maria Ostrom Storey, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Col- 
lege of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1969. 

Cynthia Lee Strauff, of Hagerstown, Md., B. A. Mount 
St. Agnes College, 1964. 



Stephen V. Purchase, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University Margaret Karin Schlenk Symonds, of Baltimore, Md., 
of Maryland, 1969. 

Margaret Ann Reid, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan State 
College, 1962; M. A. University of Iowa, 1970. 

Raymonde S. Roberts, of Baltimore, Md., B.A. Towson 
State College, 1964. 



M. L. S. University of California, Berkeley, 1965. 

Melanie Tarka, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. George Washing- 
ton University, 1972. 

Jon Douglas Teske, of Olney, Md., B. A. University of 
Wisconsin, 1964. 



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Karen Jean Diley Toussaint, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Capital 
University, 1959. 

William Edson Van Arnam, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. 
Bowie State College, 1972. 

Edward Wolf Veit, of Baynesville, Md., M. Ed. Loyola 
College, 1972. 

Kent Harrison Walker, of Columbia, Md., B. Ed. Uni- 
versity of Toledo, 1963; M. A. University of Maryland, 
1968. 

Joyce Darby Walters, of Columbia, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1971. 

Marcia Wendy Weinberger, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. 

Margaret Lane Whitehead, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Ohio 
State University, 1970; M. S. University of Washington, 
1972. 



Allan John Williamson, of Youngstown, Ohio, B. A. 
Athenaeum of Ohio, 1970. 

Thomas Charles Wimsatt, of Columbia, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 

Fredrica Marcus Witzke, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Lake 
Erie College, 1965. 

Marion Freyer Wolff, of Bethesda, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1955. 

Eritha von der Goltz Yardley, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Bryn Mawr College, 1951. 

Gail Sokolow Zlotowitz, of Randallstown, Md., B. A. Uni- 
of Maryland, 1971. 

Peter William Zwerling, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Colorado, 1967. 

Richard John Zwolinski, of Olney, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 



MASTERS OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE 

in The Evening College 



Adeniyi Oadejo Adediji, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Virginia Leslie Golden, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Mount Holyoke 
Union University, 1974. 

LeRoy Monroe Bingham, of Spring Grove, Pa., M. S. Uni- 
versity of Maine, 1966. 



Barbara Tickner Bliss, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Guilford 
College, 1972. 

Milton John Borgoyn, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 1952. 

Kenneth A. Borig, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1969; B. S., 1972. 

James Louis Boyer, of Cleveland, Ohio, B. S. E. University 
of Michigan, 1965. 

Andrew Louis Brandenburg, of Bowie, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Tulsa, 1962; B. A. 1963; J. D. 1965. 

Richard Jackson Chambliss, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
E. E. University of Virginia, 1969. 

Harry Brian Deady, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1970. 

Evelyn LaVonne Douglass, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Mor- 
gan State College, 1969. 

Thomas Vincent English, of Odenton, Md., B. S. Gannon 
College, 1970. 



College, 1971. 

Harry Detwiler Gotwals, of Lutherville, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. 



John Charles Gray, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Baltimore, 1969. 

Michael Vincent Gutowski, of Towson, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Baltimore, 1973. 

Janet Moyle Harryman, of Arnold, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Peter Stephen Horos, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Villanova 
University, 1970; M. A., 1972. 

Thomas Hayes Houle, of Reisterstown, Md., B. S. Newark 
College of Engineering, 1973. 

Donald Joseph Imwold, of Lutherville, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1965. 

Thomas Joseph Kane, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Loyola 
College, 1957. 

Margaret Ann Kearney, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Duke 
University, 1971. 



Robert Olan Felter, of Arnold, Md., M. A. University of 
Maryland, 1968. 



Robert Washington Lee, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1962; M. S. Drexel Insti- 
tute, 1968. 

Andrew Ladd Gilchrist, of Cockeysville, Md., B. A. Uni- r AYM ond Edward Lynch, of Cockeysville, Md., B. C. E. 
versity of Maryland, 1973. University of Delaware, 1969. 

Frank Paul Gladsky, Jr., of Cockeysville, Md., B. S. Michael Craig Malloy, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
LaSalle College, 1960; M.Ed. Loyola College, 1968. Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 



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John James Masaitis, of Pasadena, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1973. 

John Franklin Mayhorne, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1972. 

Wayne Thomas McLewee, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1973. 

Robert Irving Meisler, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Drexel 
Institute of Technology, 1963. 

Robert Edward Melewski, of Kingsville, Md., B. S. Drexel 
University, 1971. 

Richard Scott Metz, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Ohio State 
University, 1969. 

Robert Shipley Meyers, of Sykesville, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971. 

Edo Udo Nkanta, of Baltimore, Md., B. B. A. Wichita State 
University, 1970; M. B. A. Morgan State College, 1974. 

James Thomas O'Brien, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Temple 
University, 1971. 

Janet Claire Plitt, of Catonsville, Md., B. A. Hood 
College, 1971. 

James Ashland Puryear, of Richmond, Va., B. S. C. E. 
Virginia Military Institute, 1969. 



Nicholas Edwin Rockecharlie, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Loyola College, 1968. 

Robert Allen Rosen, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Drexel 
University, 1970. 

Paula Singer Sandler, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Cornell 
University, 1973. 

Gary Lee Sober, of Owings Mills, Md., B. S. University of 
Baltimore, 1973. 

Vishwa Prakash Srivastava, of Belcamp, Md., B. C. Uni- 
versity of Allahabad, 1958. 

David Allen Wagner, of Catonsville, Md., B. S. United 
States Naval Academy, 1964. 

Bernard William Walker, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969; B. S. E., 1973. 

Charles Eugene Walsh, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1971; M. A., 1973. 

James John Webber, of Arnold, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971. 

Paul Francis Zetlmeisl, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1970. 

Loren Nisan Zimmerman, of Towson, Md., B. A. University 
of Connecticut, 1969; M. S. Syracuse University, 1972. 



CERTIFICATES OF ADVANCED STUDY 

in The Evening College 



Flora Aisenberg, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson State 
College, 1973; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1974. Education. 

Beatrice Williams Avery, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. State 
Teachers College, Bowie, 1954; M.Ed. Loyola College, 
1967. Education. 

Agnes Yemesi Ayeni, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. Coppin 
State College, 1974. Education. 

Ronald Lee Ballard, of Hagerstown, Md., M. A. San 
Francisco State College, 1970. Liberal Arts. 

Mary Heineman Baltus, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1960; M. L. A., 1968. Edu- 
cation. 

Doris King Barclay, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. Morgan State 
College, 1971. Education. 

Elzia Barco, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., M. S. Morgan State 
College, 1974. Education. 

Ann Elliott Boese, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. University 
of Kansas, 1968. Education. 

Theodore Joseph Booth, of Alexandria, Va., B. A. Marshall 
College, 1964; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1973. Liberal Arts. 



Etta Mae Brower, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. Loyola 
College, 1969. Education. 

Edward Louis Bury, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1965; M.Ed. Towson State College, 1973. 
Education. 

Bruce Orville Butz, of Bel Air, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1970; M. S. The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Education. 

Ronald Ira Caplan, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. Coppin 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Charles Edward Carey, of Denton, Md., M. Ed. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Education. 

Daniel Joseph Cashman, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Fordham 
University, 1954; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1973. Liberal Arts. 

Philip Russell Chapman, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1965. Liberal Arts. 

Bernadette Mary Charron, of Forest Hill, Md., M. A. St. 
Michael's College, 1967. Education. 

Myrtle Bailey Cockrell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1965; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1970. Education. 



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Margaret Larene Cooley, of Abingdon, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1932; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1966. Liberal Arts. 

Katherine Rickert Coulson, of Silver Spring, Md., M. Ed. 
Temple University, 1970. Education. 

Nelson Cover, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1970; M. A. San Francisco State 
College, 1972. Liberal Arts. 

Janet Keplinger Cyzyk, of Baldwin, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1960; M. S. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1973. Education. 

Jules Max de Fries, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1951; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1963. Education. 

Elizabeth Ann Dicembre, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. 
Goucher College, 1970. Education. 

Julia Mae Dozier, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan State 
College, 1969; M. Ed. Coppin State College, 1972. Edu- 
cation. 

Judith Ann Ferguson, of Glen Burnie, Md., B. A. Trenton 
State College, 1965; M. A. University of Maryland, 1969. 
Liberal Arts. 

Jeanette Paschal Fichter, of Laurel, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1971; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1974. Education. 

Stephen Willis Fisher, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Haver- 
ford College, 1962; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1969. Education. 

Gertrude Hahn Fleming, of Westminster, Md., B. S. Tow- 
son State College, 1970; M. Ed., 1972. Education. 

Thomas Anthony Fortino, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. South- 
eastern University, 1967; M.Ed. Coppin State College, 
1972. Education. 

Hildegarde Frieman, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1970; M.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1975. Education. 

Arthur Francis Frotton, of Finksburg, Md., B. A. Seton 
Hall University, 1954; M.A., 1969. Education. 

Patricia Cohen Gold, of Columbia, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1966. Education. 

Christine Brown Hall, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. W. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1961. Education. 

Earlene Mozelle Hammonds, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. 
Morgan State College, 1972. Education. 

Ann Louise Harris, of Glyndon, Md., B. A. University of 
Hawaii, 1970; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Education. 

Deborah Price Harris, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. New York 
University, 1954. Education. 

Donna Rae Holdeman Heller, of Timonium, Md., M. A. 
University of Kentucky, 1973. Education. 



Joanne Maria Bucceroni Hilton, of Glen Burnie, Md., 
B. A. Trenton State College, 1965; M. A. Montclair State 
College, 1972. Liberal Arts. 

William David Humbert, of Reisterstown, Md., B. A. 
Houghton College, 1962; M. A. University of Connec- 
ticut, 1963. Education. 

Louis Norman Kamm, of Pasadena, Md., M. Ed. Towson 
State College, 1972. Education. 

Frederick Paul Kester, of Jarrettsvile, Md., M. Ed. Coppin 
State College, 1971. Education. 

Earl Benjamin King, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. Johnson Bible 
College, 1954; B. A. University of Maryland, 1969; M. Ed. 
University of Pittsburgh, 1963; M. L. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. Liberal Arts. 

Michele Lapin, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1968; M. Ed. Loyola College, 1974. Education. 

Martha Ann McMillan McCoy, of Timonium, Md., 
M.Ed. Towson State College, 1974. Education. 

Rosemary Jenkins McKechnie, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Barnard College, 1952; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1972. Education. 

Frances Shores Meginnis, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1965. Liberal Arts. 

Helene Neufeld, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1971; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1974. Education. 

Joyce Marie Nicholson, of Randallstown, Md., B. A. 
Point Park College, 1970; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins 

University, 1973. Liberal Arts. 

Ann Elizabeth Parks, of Forest Hill, Md., M. Ed. Boston 
University, 1968. Education. 

Carrie Vestilla Peat, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Coppin 
State College, 1944; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1971. Education. 

John Clinton Peddicord, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1968; M. Ed., 1972. Education. 

Frank Steve Peterka, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1970; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1973. Education. 

Adele Pearl Sinsky Propper, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970; M. Ed. Loyola College, 
1973. Education. 

Adele Warren Queen, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. New York 
University, 1957. Education. 

Sue Ann Grey Reece, of Lanham, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1965; M. S., 1972. Liberal Arts. 

Gail Merle Ricketts, of Fallston, Md., B. A. Washington 
College, 1961; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1970. Education. 

Katherine DeLon Ruffin, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1963; M. Ed. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1972. Education. 



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Martha Frances Miller Saywell, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. 
Colorado State University, 1970; M.Ed., 1972. Educa- 
tion. 

Margaret Pamela Schiemer, of Baltimore, Md., A. A. 
Catonsville Community College, 1969; B. S. Towson State 
College, 1970; M.Ed., 1973. Education. 

Caleb B. Smith, of Baltimore, Md., M. Ed. Coppin State 
College, 1973. Education. 

Kathleen Kerr Somers, of Laurel, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1972; M.Ed. Loyola College, 1973. Education. 

Robert Michael Sorin, of Columbia, Md., B. S. Towson 
State College, 1971; M.Ed. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1975. Education. 

Shirley Yolanda Noel Stills, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Morgan State College, 1957; M. S. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1975. Education. 



Barbara Ray Sweeley, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Antioch 
College, 1972; M. Ed. Coppin State College, 1973. Edu- 
cation. 

John Carroll Tischinger, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. West 
Virginia University, 1968. Liberal Arts. 

James Howard Tolliver, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Morgan 
State College, 1965; M. Ed. Coppin State College, 1970. 
Education. 

Rosanne Trinka, of Baltimore, Md., M. S. State University 
of New York, 1974. Education. 

Toni-Jeanne Turner, of Silver Spring, Md., B. S. Howard 
University, 1968; M. A. Northwestern University, 1970. 
Education. 

Diane Jean White, of Towson, Md., B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1971; M.S., 1973. Education. 

Judith Dick Willner, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1965; M. F. A. University of Massachusetts, 
1972. Liberal Arts. 



MASTERS OF SCIENCE 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 



Robert Norman Adams, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1971. Biochemical and Bio- 
physical Sciences. 

Preliminary Studies on Cellular Repair by Cultured 
Human Fibroblasts of Ultraviolet Irradiation In- 
duced Damage in Vesicular Stomatitis Viral RNA. 

Chekib Mohamed Alguemi, of Redeyef, Tunisia; M. S. 
University of Tunis, 1971. Environmental Health. 

Effects of Cyclic Nucleotides and Prostaglandins on the 
Oxidative Metabolism of Human Polymorphonuclear 
Leukocytes. 

Lee R. Barker, of Bethesda, Md.; B. A. Harvard University, 
1962; M. D. The Johns Hopkins University School of 
Medicine, 1966. Health Care Organization. 
A Comparison of Two Sampling Methods for Classi- 
fying Blood Pressure Control in Hypertensive 
Patients. 

Susan Mary Brefach, of Paramus, N. J.; B. S. Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, 1973. Environmental Health. 
A Cytogenetic Study of Fanconi's Anemia. 

Ridha Damak, of Sfax, Tunisia; B. A. University of Tunis, 
1966. Population Dynamics. 
A Comparative Study of Age Reporting in Tunisia, 
Algeria, and Morocco. 

Michael Paul Eriksen, of State College, Pa.; B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Public Health Adminis- 
tration. 
An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of an Informal 
Learning Situation on Increasing the Nutritional 
Knowledge of Health Professionals. 



Anne Louise Pratt Giroux, of Fairfield, Maine; B. A. Uni- 
versity of Maine, 1972. Public Health Administration. 
Study of the Normal Signal Detection Curve for Pure 
Tones. 

Cheryl Monica Gutmann, of Chicago, 111.; B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1970. Health Care Organization. 

Utilization of Primary Care Services for Social or Emo- 
tional Problems. 

Dana Lewison, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Barnard College, 
1971. Health Care Organization. 
An Analysis of the Components of Inpatient Satis- 
faction. 

Bonnie Kathleen Massey, of Newport News, Va.; B. S. 
Mary Washington College, 1971. Biochemical and Bio- 
physical Sciences. 

Effects of Inhibitors of Energy Metabolism on DNA 
Transport in " Haemophilus influenzae." 

Philip Marc Neustadt, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. Biochemical and Biophysical 
Sciences. 

Isolation of Anti-Angiotensin 1 Antibody from Plasma 
of Angiotensin 1 Immunized Rabbits by Affinity 
Chromatography. 

Kwasi Poku, of Accra, Ghana; M. B. Ch. B. University of 
Ghana Medical School, 1972. Biostatistics. 

Risk of Streptococcal Infection in Rheumatic and 
Non-Rheumatic Families: An Application of the 
Greenwood Chain Binomial Model. 



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Vicki L. Porter-Fink, of Ann Arbor, Mich.; B. S. Univer- 
sity of Southern California, 1972. Environmental Health. 
Measurement of Blood Flow to Bone and Bone 
Marrow. 



Soeharsono Soemantri, of Surabaya, Indonesia; B. Sc 
Academy of Health Controller, 1965. Population Dy- 
namics. 

Study of the Indonesian Economically Active Popu- 
lation (Demographic Aspect) . 

Susan Tonascia, of Baltimore Md 
1959. Biostatistics. 

An Evaluation of Automatic Record Linkage in Follow 
up Studies. 



Yupin Songpaisan, of Bangkok, Thailand; D. D. S. Mahidol 
University, 1970; M. P. H., 1971. Epidemiology. 
Immunological Response During Pregnancy. 

Melinda Lucille Thomas, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Univer- 
sity of Maryland, 1972. Public Health Administration. 
The Effects of a Treatment Team's Adherence to Com- 
munity Mental Health Ideology on Discharge 
Measures of Chronic Mental Patients. 



B. A. Carleton College, 



MASTERS OF HEALTH SCIENCE 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 



Carol Ellen Argyropoulos, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. 
Adelphi University, 1973. Comprehensive Health Plan- 
ning. 

Carl Bowman Bailey, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1971. Environmental Health. 

Alan Bayer, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. University of Mary- 
land, 1971; M.A. New School for Social Research, 1974. 
Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Bertram Weber Berney, of Owings Mills, Md.; B. A. Col- 
gate University, 1975. Environmental Health. 

Vincent F. Elliott, of Towson, Md.; B. S. Towson State 
College, 1968. Operations Research. 

Kathleen A. Ellis, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. University of 
Chicago, 1973. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Elisa Esler, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1969. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Richard William Esterly, of Langley Park, Md.; B. A. 
University of Maryland, 1968. Comprehensive Alco- 
holism Services. 

Joseph Berkow Finkelstein, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. 
Albright College, 1974. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Sandra Westgate Fitzgerald, of Annapolis, Md.; A. B. 
University of Chicago, 1962. Comprehensive Alcoholism 
Services. 

Sharyn Bowman Greberman, of Columbia, Md.; A. B. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1974. Mental Hygiene. 

Morris Adelsdorf Hill, of Cockeysville, Md.; B. B. A. 
College of William and Mary, 1957. Comprehensive 
Alcoholism Services. 

Irit Hocherman, of Haifa, Israel; B. A. Hebrew Univer- 
sity, 1967. Biostatistics. 



Mary Carol Hoffer, of San Diego, Cal.; B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. Comprehensive Health Plan- 
ning. 

Karen Anne Kelley, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Elmira 
College, 1967. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Paul Wolfgang Lichtenstein, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. 
The University of Connecticut, 1973. Comprehensive 
Health Planning. 

Susan Kathleen Maloney, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. College 
of Mount St. Joseph, 1971. Comprehensive Alcoholism 
Services. 

Carol Wade Marling, of Dalton, Ga.; B. A. Boston Uni- 
versity, 1974. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Robin Joy Menes, of Washington, D. C; B. A. University 
of Wisconsin, 1974. International Health. 

Frederic A. Nass, of Baltimore, Md.; A. B. St. Joseph's 
College, 1957. International Health. 

Alice Jayne Payton, of Morris, N. Y.; B. S. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1974. Human Genetics. 

Marc Rosenthal, of Los Angeles, Cal.; B. A. University of 
California, 1974. Human Genetics. 

Stephen Paul Segal, of Short Hills, N. J.; A. B. Washing- 
ton University, 1968. Comprehensive Alcoholism Services. 

Falah Hassan Shamsa, of Najaf, Iraq; B. S. Mosul Univer- 
sity, 1970. Biostatistics. 

Robert V. Shear, of Orchard Park, N. Y.; B. S. State Uni- 
versity of New York at Buffalo, 1972. Comprehensive 
Alcoholism Services. 

John H. Sheehan, of Honeybrook, Pa.; B.A. University 
of Puget Sound, 1964. Comprehensive Alcoholism Ser- 
vices. 



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William A. Spencer, of Houston, Tex.; B. A. Georgetown 
University, 1974. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Mark Howard Tabak, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. Comprehensive Health Planning. 

Porapan Varavej, of Bangkok, Thailand; M. D. Mahidol 
University, 1964; M. P. H. University of North Carolina, 
1968. Epidemiology. 



James Leonard Waurin, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Mount 
St. Mary's College, 1973. Human Genetics. 

David Anderson Whittaker, of Cincinnati, Ohio; B. S. Yale 
University, 1948. Comprehensive Alcoholism Services. 

Hoe-Jer Wu, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. National Tsing Hua 
University, 1971. Biostatistics. 



MASTERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 



Mohammed Jasim Alkhashali, of Baghdad, Iraq; M.B.B.Ch. 
Baghdad University, 1971. 

Nicholas G. Allard, of St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands; 
D. D.S. University of Kiel, 1968. 

Marcie Anne Barton, of San Diego, Cal.; B. S. University 
of California, 1964; M. S., 1969. 

Naomi Baumslag, of Decatur, Ga.; M. B. B. Ch. University 
Witwatersrand, 1956. 

Juthika Bhaumik, of Baltimore, Md.; M. B. B. S. Calcutta 
Medical College, 1964. 

Sanford M. Bienen, of Laurel, Md.; B. A. Queens College, 
1957; M. A. University of Maryland, 1961; Ph.D., 1962. 

Margaret Brady, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1971. 

C. Roosevelt Bush, of Baltimore, Md.; D. D. S. Howard 
University, 1963. 

W. Patrick Carney, of Rockville, Md.; B. A. St. Thomas, 
1960; B. S. Western Montana College, 1962; Ph.D. Uni- 
versity of Montana, 1967. 

Ernest Romesh Chander, of Baltimore, Md.; M. B. B. Ch. 
Christian Medical College, 1964; M. D. All India Insti- 
tute of Medical Sciences, 1969. 

Vijay Chandra, of Baltimore, Md.; M. B. B. S. All India 
Institute of Medical Sciences, 1973. 

Paul Poo Liang Chang, of Chevy Chase, Md.; M. B. Na- 
tional Taiwan University Medical School, 1959. 

Susan Lane Chaudry, of Rockville, Md.; B. S. N. Catholic 
University of America, 1970. 

Tsung-Yao Chien, of Taiwan, Republic of China; M. B. 
China Medical College, 1965. 

Feng-Ying Chiu, of Baltimore, Md.; M. B. National Taiwan 
University College of Medicine, 1970. 

Abdullah Cholil, of Jakarta, Indonesia; M. D. University 
of Indonesia, 1965. 



A. T. Shafiq Ahmed Chowdhury, of Chittagong, Bangla- 
desh; M. B. B. S. Chittagong Medical College, 1972. 

Abul Qasem Chowdhury, of Dacca, Bangladesh; M. B. B. S. 
Dacca Medical College, 1967. 

Marcus Contardo, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Florida Atlan- 
tic University, 1971, M. D. The Johns Hopkins University 
School of Medicine, 1975. 

Mary Frances Cotter, of Silver Spring, Md.; B. A. Catholic 
University of America, 1968; M. A. University of Mary- 
land, 1970. 

Woodrow Strayer Dellinger, Jr., of Red Lion, Pa.; B. S. 
Lebanon Valley College, 1963; M. S. Marshall University, 
1967. 

Ernest V. deMoss, of Bethesda, Md.; A. B. Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1944; M. D. The Johns Hopkins University School 
of Medicine, 1946. 

Laurence Desi, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Loyola College, 
1971; M. D. University of Maryland School of Medicine, 
1975. 

Cynthia Theadora Dowers, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; B. A. 
Jersey City State College, 1974. 

Joseph S. Fox, of Randallstown, Md.; B. A. Fairleigh 
Dickinson University, 1970; D. P. M. New York College 
of Podiatric Medicine, 1974. 

Charles A. Frankenhoff, Jr., of Scarsdale, N. Y.; B. S. 
Yale University, 1943; M. A. St. Louis University, 1955; 
Ph. D. Georgetown University, 1963. 

Sandra Ann Gale, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. University 
of Texas, 1973. 

James Lawder Gamble, of Gibson Island, Md.; B. A. 
Colorado College, 1970; M. D. University of Miami 
Medical School, 1974. 

Ashour Omar Gebreel, of Tripoli, Libyan Arab Republic; 
M.B.B.Ch. Ainshams University, 1967; M. P. H. Ad- 
vanced Medical Institute, 1971. 



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Roberta Louise Gill, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. American 
University, 1969; J. D. University of Maryland Law 
School, 1972. 

Marie-Louise Goulet, of West Chester, Pa.; B. S. Im- 
maculata College, 1969. 

Nathan Grace, of Miami Beach, Fla.; B. A. New York 
University, 1942; D. D. S. St. Louis University, 1946. 

David Jeffrey Greifinger, of South Orange, N. J.; B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1969; M. D. University of Mary- 
land School of Medicine, 1973. 

Michael Guarnieri, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. University of 
Notre Dame, 1962; M.S. Ohio State University, 1965; 
Ph.D., 1967. 

Robert Louis Hamilton, of Bronx, N. Y.; B. S. Norfolk 
State College, 1969; D. D. S. Howard University, 1973. 

Richard F. Hamman, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Michigan 
State University, 1968; M. D. Case Western Reserve School 
of Medicine, 1972. 

Paulette Camille Hill, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Central 
State University, 1969; M. D. New York Medical College, 
1974. 

Maria J. Holubowsky, of Beamsville, Ontario, Canada; 
B. S. N. University of Ottawa, 1973. 

Susan Maguigan Huemmer, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. 
Columbia University, 1968. 

Joseph V. Jerardi, of Baltimore, Md.; A. B. St. Joseph's Col- 
lege, 1962; M. S.W. Atlanta University, 1971. 

David Edgar Johnson, of Glen Burnie, Md.; B. S. Wheaton 
College, 1971; M. D. University of Minnesota, 1974. 

Mary Martha Jones, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. University 
of Maryland, 1974. 

Karen Orloff Kaplan, of McLean, Va.; A. B. Goucher Col- 
lege, 1964; M. S. W. Ohio State University, 1966. 

Alfreda Anne Elizabeth Simons Kartha, of Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada; B. S. N. University of Toronto, 1971. 

Kambiz Kasra, of Tehran, Iran; M. D. Pahlavi University, 
1967. 

Takefumi Kondo, of Tokyo, Japan; M. D. Keio University, 
1964. 

Alexander Edward Kuehl, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1966; M. D. Upstate Medical 
Center, 1970. 

Christine Frances Kuhlman, of Exeter, N. H.; B. S. Boston 
College, 1970. 

Jasmine Netos Lampadarios, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Pur- 
due University, 1968; B.S.N. Columbia University, 1971. 

Chung-Fu Lan, of Keelung, Taiwan, Republic of China; 
D. D. S. Taipei Medical College, 1970; M. P. H. National 
Taiwan University, 1973. 



Faith Connolly Larmore, of Sykesville, Md.; B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972. 

Joseph Peter Laurelli, Jr., of Newburgh, N.Y.; B. S. Ford- 
ham College, 1968; M. D. Creighton University School of 
Medicine, 1972. 

Charles Edward Lawrence, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Rut- 
gers University, 1961; Ph.D. Indiana University, 1971. 

Carol Lewis, of Cabin John, Md.; A. B. Radcliffe College, 
1955; M.A. T. The Johns Hopkins University, 1962; 
M. S. W. University of Maryland School of Social Work, 
1966. 

Diane Susan Lewis, of Dixon, Cal.; B. S. Sacramento State 
College, 1962. 

Philip Gaylord Lewis, of Washington, D. C; B. S. Widener 
College, 1972. 

Eh Chaw Liu, of Charlottesville, Va.; M. D. Kaohsiung 
Medical College, 1966. 

Francisco J. Lopez-Antunano, of Mexico City, Mexico; 
M. D. National University of Mexico, 1954. 

Raymond Brent Mack, of Towson, Md.; B. S. Roanoke 
College, 1967. 

Farida Majid, of Peshawar, Pakistan; M. B. B. S. Univer- 
sity of the Panjab, 1967. 

Tej Singh Malla, of Kathmandu, Nepal; M. B. B. S. Medi- 
cal College of Calcutta, 1959. 

Charlotte Manoharan, of Ambur, India; M. B. B. S. 
Madurai Medical College, 1962; M. D. Christian Medical 
College Hospital, 1970. 

Jean-Pierre P. Martin, of Libramont, Belgium; M. D. Uni- 
versite Catholique de Louvain, 1969. 

Annamarie McCullion, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. Catho- 
lic University of America, 1968. 

Kathleen Virginia McKnight, of Arlington, Va.; B. S. N. 
University of Virginia, 1974. 

Mohammad Rafiq Miazad, of Kabul, Afghanistan; M. D. 
Kabul University, 1969. 

R: [jecca F. Moreland, of Youngstown, Ohio; B. S. N. Uni- 
\ersity of Virginia, 1974. 

James Mwakalukwa, of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania; M. B. 
Ch. B. Makerere University College, 1970. 

Cheryl A. Opalack, of Pottstown, Pa.; B. A. Temple Uni- 
versity, 1970; D. O. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic 
Medicine, 1974. 

Thomas E. Park, of Bethesda, Md.; B. A. Denison Uni- 
versity, 1962. 

Patricia Ann Payne, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S.N. University 
of Virginia, 1974. 

Thomas Arthur Pearson, of Wautoma, Wis.; B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 

Harold Pinckney, of Kingston, N. Y.; B. S. South Carolina 
State College, 1962. 



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Margaret M. Pointer, of Swoyersville, Pa.; B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 1954; M. Litt., 1959. 

Glenn L. Post, of New York, N. Y.; A. B. New York Uni- 
versity, 1968, M. D. State University of New York at 
Buffalo, 1972. 

Patricia Lee Prather, of Tacoma, Wash.; B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1971. 

Pamela Shipley Putman, of Catonsville, Md.; B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1969. 

D. Margaret Joyce Relyea, of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; 
B. S. N. University of Toronto, 1959. 

Laurinda Grace Ryan, of Philadelphia, Pa.; B. S. St. Louis 
University, 1966; B. S. N. Catholic University of America, 
1968. 

Manoochehr Saadat, of Baltimore, Md.; M. D. University 
of Tehran, 1961. 

Mohammad Yaqub Salehi, of Kabul, Afghanistan; M. D. 
Kabul University, 1969. 

Martha Claire Green Scheler, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. 
University of Maryland, 1972. 

Rose Marie Schneider, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. Catholic 
University of America, 1974. 

Norman James Schuman, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. New 
York University, 1972; D. D. S. Temple University, 1973. 

Sandra Eileen Seff, of Randallstown, Md.; B. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Gordon Richard Seidenberg, of Boca Raton, Fla.; B. S. 
Union College, 1970; M. P. A. Cornell University, 1972. 

Hosseinali Shahidi, of East Norwich, N. Y.; M. D. Pahlavi 
University, 1971. 

Abul Kasem Muhammed Siddique, of Dacca, Bangladesh; 
M. B. B. S. University of Dacca, 1966. 

Peter Roy Simon, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1968; M. D. State University of New York Upstate 
Medical School, 1974. 

Patricia M. Smith, of Baltimore, Md.; A. B. Goucher Col- 
lege, 1949; M. D. The Johns Hopkins University School 
of Medicine, 1953. 

Thomas Michael Smith, of New Carlisle, Ohio; D. V. M. 
Ohio State University, 1969. 

Morakinyo Olajide Sogbanmu, of Ile-Ife, Nigeria; M. B. 
Ch. B. University of Glasgow, 1966. 

Laurel Axelrod Spielberg, of Bethesda, Md.; B. A. 
Douglass College, 1969; M. A. University of Chicago, 1971. 



Alan Frederick Stage, of Littleton, Col.; B. S. E. E. Uni- 
versity of Colorado, 1969; M. D. University of Colorado 
Medical School, 1975. 

Shirley Rhona Stern, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1973. 

Marija Strnad-Pesikan, of Zagreb, Yugoslavia; M. D. Uni- 
versity of Zagreb, 1966; M. P. H. Andrija Stampar School 
of Public Health, 1969. 

Richard M. Taffett, of Randallstown, Md.; B. S. Massa- 
chusetts College of Pharmacy, 1969. 

Ernest Tomoyuki Takafuji, of Columbia, Md.; B. A. Uni- 
versity of Hawaii, 1966; M.D. University of New Mexico, 
1971. 

Shuichi Tani, of Tokyo, Japan; M. D. University of Chiba, 
1963. 

Vallop Thaineua, of Rajburi, Thailand; M. D. Mahidol 
University, 1969. 

Penn Thaong-An, of Phnom Penh, Cambodia; M. D. Mos- 
cow Faculty of Medicine, 1966. 

Robert Joseph Thomas, of Omaha, Ne.; B. S. Loyola Uni- 
versity, 1962; M.S. Iowa State University, 1964; Ph.D., 
1968. 

Willem Gerrit van Arkel, of Bloemendaal, The Nether- 
lands; M. D. Free University, 1969. 

Robert Van Veiga, of Washington, D. C; B. A. North- 
eastern University, 1969; M. D. Chicago Medical School, 
1973. 

Lurline V. Walker, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Tuskegee 
Institute, 1969; M. S. University of Illinois, 1971. 

Miriam Khamadi Were, of Nairobi, Kenya; M. B. Ch. B. 
University of Nairobi, 1973. 

Wendy Wheat, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1965. 

Marion B. Whittington, of Annandale, Va.; B. S. Uni- 
versity of California, 1943. 

Margaret Monson Williams, of Ashton, Md.; B. S. N. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1969. 

Richard Anthony Windsor, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Mor- 
gan State College, 1969; M. S. University of Illinois, 1970; 
Ph.D., 1972. 

Ralph E. Yodaiken, of Decatur, Ga.; M. B. B. Ch. Uni- 
versity Witwatersrand, 1956. 



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MASTERS OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY 

in The School of Advanced International Studies 



Julienne Anneh Akobe-Dukuly, of Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 
B.A. Western College, 1973. 

Ibrahim Taha Ayoub, of Khartoum, Sudan, B. A. Uni- 
versity of Khartoum, 1964. 

Hamza Aziz, of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Certificate, Police 
College (England), 1962. 

Paul Bomani, of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Diploma Lough- 
borough Cooperative College, 1954. 

Mohamed Osman El Nigoumi, of Khartoum, Sudan, B. Sc. 
University of Khartoum, 1964. 

Gabriel Gblor Farngalo, of Monrovia, Liberia, B. Sc. Uni- 
versity of Liberia, 1956; M. Sc. Ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1958. 



Sinai Israel Frenkel, of Chevy Chase, Md., B. A. Hebrew 
University, 1957; M. A. Yeshiva University, 1960; Ph.D. 
Oklahoma State University, 1966. 

John Florian Kordek, of Springfield, Va., B. A. De Paul 
University, 1964. 

Rodney Scott Nathan, of McLean, Va., B.A. University 
of Colorado, 1970. 

James Rentschler, of Washington, D. C, B.A. Yale Uni- 
versity, 1955. 

Jack H. Shellenberger, of Bethesda, Md., B. S. North- 
western University, 1952. 

Claudius Josephos Thomas, of Freetown, Sierra Leone, 
B. Sc. Fourah Bay College, 1971. 



MASTERS OF ARTS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 

in The School of Advanced International Studies 

Markus Freund, of Linz, Austria, Dr. jur. University of Gabriele Lauenstein, of Hamburg, Germany, 2. Staatsprii- 
Graz, 1973. fung University of Hamburg, 1974. 

Karl Adalbero Kumpfmuller, of Stadl-Paura, Austria, Dr. Mumin Cuneyt Ulsever, of Istanbul, Turkey, B. A. Bogazi^i 
jur. University of Graz, 1973. University, 1974. 



MASTERS OF ARTS 

in The School of Advanced International Studies 

Hareb Masood Al-Darmaki, of Abu Dhabi, U. A. E., B. Sc. William Wilkes Beddow, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. Colgate 

Bristol University, 1974. University, 1974. 

George R. Allin III, of Arlington, Va., B. S. United States L * ONCE M " B EKEMANS > °* B ™g e /- Belgium, Licenciate 

Military Academy, 1970. Catholic University Leuven, 1974. 

James Stephen Amelang, of Louisville, Ky., B. A. Oberlin Jaroslaw Bilous, of Rochester, N. Y., B. A. Canisius 

College, 1974. College, 1970. 

Dale Ernest Andrew, of W. Lafayette, Ind., B. A. Carleton John Richard Borland, of Berlin, N. J., B. A. St. Joseph's 

College, 1971. College, 1971. 

Elizabeth Anthony, of Chevy Chase, Md., B. A. The Katharine Curtin Brengle, of Concord, Mass., B. A. Rad- 

American University, 1974. cliffe College, 1971. 

Dolorita Marie Baecher, of Whitestone, N. Y., B. A. Kathleen Margera Brennan, of Toledo, Ohio, B. A. Doug- 
College of Mt. St. Vincent, 1974. lass College, 1972. 

Lynne Bantle, of Chatsworth, Calif., B. A. Mills College, Martin George Brennan, of San Francisco, Calif., B. A. 

1974. University of California, Berkeley, 1971. 



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Stella Livingston Britton, of Georgetown, S. C, B. A. 
Bennett College, 1973. 

Pamela Candice Brown, of Bloonifield Hills, Mich., B. A. 
Kalamazoo College, 1974. 

Christopher Warren Burdick, of Fair Lawn, N.J., B. A. 
University of California, Berkeley, 1974. 

Ernesto Castellanos, of Mexico City, Mexico, Licence in 
Economics National University of Mexico, 1971. 

Mary Claire Choksi, of Chevy Chase, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1972, M. P. A., 1974. 

Charles Irvin Cohen, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. Oberlin 
College, 1972. 

Samuel Judah Cohen, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, B. A. 
Brandeis University, 1974. 

Carlo L. Cop, of Deurne, Belgium, Licenciate University of 
Antwerp, 1974. 

Susan Dee Coronis, of Winchester, Mass., B. A. Ohio Wes- 
leyan University, 1974. 

Richard Leon Creighton, of Chestertown, Md., B. A. 
Washington College, 1973. 

Robert Carl Dahlberg, of Rockford, 111., B. A. Lawrence 
University, 1966; M. A. University of North Carolina, 
1971. 

Eileen Patricia Dripchak, of Haworth, N. J., B. A. Tufts 
University, 1974. 

Marcia Almena Duncan, of Roxbury, Mass., B. A. Rad- 
cliffe College, 1974. 

Bruce Alan Exstrum, of Hastings, Neb., B. A. Beloit 
College, 1971. 

Richard Allen Eychner, of Rome, N. Y., B. A. Utica 
College of Syracuse University, 1974. 

Susan R. Findlay, of St. Albans, N. Y., B. A. Wesleyan 
University, 1974. 

Carmelo Lawrence Foti, of Yonkers, N. Y., B. A. Fordham 

University, 1974. 

Giorgio Francesconi, of Lugo, Italy, Laurea University of 
Bologna, 1970. 

Christine Fry, of Newbury Park, Calif., B. A. Monterey 
Institute, 1974. 

William Vaughan Garner, of Richmond, Va., B. A. Uni- 
versity of California, Los Angleles, 1971. 

Brian Charles Gendreau, of Falls Church, Va., B. A. North- 
western University, 1973. 

Kenneth Newcomer Gilpin III, of Boyce, Va., B. A. Union 
College, 1972. 

Lawrence David Gilson, of Beverly Hills, Calif., B. A. 
Claremont Men's College, 1970. 

George Allen Glass, of Richardson, Texas, B. A. Tufts 
University, 1974. 

Charles F. Goldsmith, of Long Island City, N.Y., B. A. 
State University of New York at Binghamton, 1974. 



Richard Stephen Green, of Evergreen Park, 111., B. A. 
Carleton College, 1973. 

Robert Shelley Guest, of Camp Hill, Pa., B. S. United 
States Military Academy, 1969. 

John Julian Hamre, of Clark, S. D., B. A. Augustana 
College, 1972. 

David Lee Hanlon, of Scituate, Mass., B. A. Holy Cross 
College, 1970. 

Lisa Ann Head, of Houston, Texas, B. A. Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, 1974. 

Ray Manning Helterline, of Portland, Ore., B. A. Reed 
College, 1972. 

Andrew Smyth Heyden, of Austin, Texas, B. A. The Ameri- 
can University, 1974. 

John David Hoppe, of Baraboo, Wise, B. A. University of 
Notre Dame, 1973. 

Paul Marie Jean Francois Jadot, of Brasschaat, Belgium, 
Licenciaat St. Ignatius University, 1974. 

Philip Samuel Jessup, of Washington, D. C, B. A. Amherst 
College, 1967". 

Margot Fiala Jones, of Glastonbury, Conn., B. A. Prince- 
ton University, 1974. 

Rebecca Lorie Jordan, of Dallas, Texas, B. A. Austin 
College, 1974. 

Alfred Dunbar Kleindienst, of McLean, Va., B. A. Harvard 
College, 1971. 

William E. Knowland, Jr., of Largo, Fla., B. A. Antioch 

College, 1974. 

Timothy Stephen Kolly, of Royal Oak, Mich., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1971. 

Elaine Betsy Lasson, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Barnard 

College, 1974. 

Robert David Leahy, of Miami, Fla., B. A. Loyola Univer- 
sity of New Orleans, 1974. 

David Russell Lee, of Laguna Beach, Calif., B. A. Univer- 
sity of California at Berkeley, 1973. 

Edward Morse Lee, of Tryon, N. C, B. A. Goddard College, 
1973. 

Janos Tibor Lehel, of Silver Spring, Md., M. A. Kossuth 
University, 1964. 

George D. Levidis, of Athens, Greece, Law degree Athens 
University, 1964. 

Paul Michael Liebenson, of Highland Park, 111., B. A. 
Tufts University, 1973. 

Mary Rhodes Lindley, of Tucson, Ariz., B. A. Occidental 
College, 1969. 

Mark Walker Love, of Providence, R. I., B. A. Haverford 
College, 1972. 

William Edward Lunz, of Irvington, N. J., B. S. F. S. 
Georgetown University, 1974. 



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Bruce Peter Malashevich, of Fair Lawn, N.J., B. A. 

Princeton University, 1974. 
Luigi Malesci, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. Loyola Univer- 
sity of Los Angeles, 1974. 
Fernando Reyes Manibog, of Manila, Philippines, B. A., 

B. S. De LaSalle University, 1973. 
Joseph Bothwell McFarland, of Indian Harbour Beach, 

Fla., B. A. Princeton University, 1974. 
Francis Phillip McGuire, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, B. A. 

Dalhousie University, 1973; C. E. P. Institut d'Etudes 

Politiques, 1974. 
Mary Deborah Mills, of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, B. A. 

Connecticut College, 1973. 
Marshall Hall Millsap, of Dallas, Texas, B. A. Princeton 

University, 1974. 
Miltiades C. Miltiadou, of Cyprus, B. A. Macalester 

College, 1974. 

Anibal Miranda, of Asuncion, Paraguay, Licenciado, Cath- 
olic University of Paraguay, 1973. 

Eliane Najros, of Nosy-le-Sec, France, Licence Droit Uni- 
versity of Paris-Nord, 1974. 

Karen Jean Nurick, of Mechanicsville, N. Y., B. A. Beloit 
College, 1973. 

Vincent C. O. Nwanze, of Silver Spring, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Guelph, 1974. 

Jerry Aneto Okafor, of Aba, Nigeria, B. S. State Univer- 
sity of California at Long Beach, 1974. 

Rene H. Olivieri, of Citrus Heights, Calif., B. A. Univer- 
sity of Oregon, 1974. 

W. Andrew Osterman, of Churchville, Pa., B. A. Hamilton 
College, 1972. 

Carla Palmieri, of Rome, Italy, Laurea University of 
Rome, 1974. 

Jason Holloman Parker, of Washington, D. C, B. A. 
Princeton University, 1964. 

Richard George Payne, of Westbury, N. Y., B. A. State 
University of New York at Albany, 1973. 

Chailendu Kenlock Pegues, of Riverside, Calif.. B. A. Occi- 
dental College, 1974. 

Robert Read Penn, of Austin, Texas, B. A. Duke Univer- 
sity, 1974. 

Christopher Stuart Pfaff, of Wilmette, 111., B. A. Dart- 
mouth College, 1974. 

Carlos Francisco Poza, of Santurce, Puerto Rico, B. A. 
Yale University, 1974. 

John Charles Quigley, Jr., of Wheaton, 111., B. A. Ohio 
Wesleyan University, 1974. 

Francis Crowninshield Record, of Brookline, Mass., B. A. 
Harvard College, 1972. 

James Douglass Regan, of Weston, Mass., B. A. Dartmouth 
College, 1974. 



Dipak Kumar Roy, of New Delhi, India, B. A. Antioch 
College, 1974. 

Marsha Ann Ryan, of San Francisco, Calif., B. A. Univer- 
sity of San Francisco, 1973. 

Saikou Saidy, of Banjul, The Gambia, B. A. Dartmouth 
College, 1974. 

Richard Allen Schrader, of Ft. Mitchell, Ky., B. S. United 

States Military Academy, 1972. 
Ellen Therese Scudder, of San Francisco, Calif., B. S. Santa 

Clara University, 1973. 

James Harold Shadko, of Southfield, Mich., B. A. Illinois 
Wesleyan University, 1974. 

Kazuyuki Shimada, of Osaka, Japan, B. A. Kyoto Univer- 
sity, 1974. 

Robert Charles Shufeldt, of Washington, D. C, B. A. 
Washington and Lee University, 1972. 

Angie Frank Smith III, of Houston, Texas, B. A. Williams 
College, 1974. 

Linda Usra Soffan, of Springfield, Mass., B. A. University 
of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1974. 

Betsy Ellen Stillman, of Swampscott, Mass., B. A. Tufts 
University, 1974. 

Lairold Maurice Street, of Akron, Ohio, B. A. Oberlin 

College, 1974. 

Scott Anthony Stupay, of Elgin, 111., B. A. University of 
Illinois, 1974. 

Walter Thomas Suttle, of Suttle, Ala., B. A. University 
of the South, 1971. 

Theodore McCormick Tracy, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. A. 
Colgate University, 1973. 

Ann Louise Trifone, of Scituate, Mass., B. A. Tufts Uni- 
versity, 1974. 

G. Michael Tuerk, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1974. 

Godwill Efiong Ukpong, of Ikot Ekpene, Nigeria, M. Sc. 
Kharkov Institute of Technology, 1974. 

Suthep Vacharapongpreecha, of Bangkok, Thailand, B. A. 
Thammasat University, 1971. 

Katherine Marie Valyi, of Bronx, N. Y., B. A. Carleton 
College, 1973. 

Willem Handrik van der Leeuw, of Ede, The Netherlands, 
Kandidaats, Rijksuniversieit Groningen, 1974. 

Robert Michael Walter, of Auburn, Ind., B. A. Indiana 
University, 1969. 

Diana Lynne Watts, of Independence, Mo., B. A. William 
Woods College, 1973. 

Michael Dennis White, of Walpole, Mass., B. A. Boston 
College, 1974. 

George Thomas Williamson, of Brunswick, Ga., B. A. 
Tulane University, 1974. 



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Ann Elizabeth Woods, of Cresco, Iowa, B. A. Lake Forest John Joseph Yarmick, of Bronx, N. Y., B. A. Fordham Uni- 

College, 1973. versity, 1973. 

Prescott Pabst Wurlitzer, of Milwaukee, Wise, B. A. Nancy V irgin IA Yinger, of Oberlin, Ohio, B. A. Carleton 

Princeton University, 1972. College, 1974. 

Robert Dean Wurwarg, of East Islip, N. Y., B. A. Syra- Boevi Aggrey Zankli, of Lagos, Nigeria, B. A. Howard Uni- 

cuse University, 1972. versity, 1969. 



MASTERS OF ARTS 

in The Faculty of Medicine 



Jon Patton Coulter, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. A. Washington 
& Jefferson College, 1970. Art as Applied to Medicine. 
Histologic Variations in Ovarian Mesothelial Neo- 
plasms. 

Alexis Julia Lavine, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University of 
Maryland, 1973. Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Infertility: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment. A Self- 
Instructional Slide-Tape Program. 

Gerald Dennis Lee, of North Riverside, 111., A. A. Hartnell 
College, 1969; B. S. Sonoma State College, 1972. Micro- 
biology. 

The Development of an Antibody-Inhibition Assay and 
Its Use in Characterizing an Inactive Derivative of 
Factor B of the Properdin System. 



Shirley Ellen Poduslo, of Baltimore, Md., B. Sc. Ohio 
State University, 1963. Anatomy. 

Incorporation Studies with Bulk Isolated Rat Neurons 
Maintained for Twenty-four Hours. 

Joan Martha Moyer Schwing, of Reading, Pa., B. S. Michi- 
gan State University, 1971. Physiological Chemistry. 
The Generation and Characterization of Adenovirus 
2 SV40-Hybrids. 

Marc Stuart Walter, of Wynnewood, Pa., B. A. Swarth- 
more College, 1971. Pharmacology and Experimental 
Therapeutics. 

Opiates and the Neural Paths for Pain. 



MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING 

in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 



Anthony Francis Abruzzini, of Binghamton, N. Y., B. A 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Environmental 
Engineering. 
Some Immunological and Genetic Considerations in 
the Cultivation of Aquatic Organisms. 

Chung-Min Chao, of Taipei, Taiwan, B. S. National Chiao 
Tung University, 1970. Electrical Engineering. 

Paul Nicholas Dackow, of Elmwood Park, N. J., B.E. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1976. Electrical Engi- 
neering. 

Irwin Doliner, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Loyola College, 
1972. Mathematical Sciences. 

John Christian Duke, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Mechanics and Materials 
Science. 

Simultaneous Acoustic Emission and Ultrasonic At- 
tenuation Monitoring of the Mechanical Deformation 
of Aluminum. 



Jonathan Lee Higdon, of Towson, Md., B. E. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1975. Mechanics and Materials Sci- 
ence. 

Induced Drag in Formation Flight. 

Thomas Walter Jerardi, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Drexel 
Institute of Technology, 1967. Mathematical Sciences. 

Michael Hudson Kates, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1976. Electrical Engineering. 

Thomas Anthony King, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Environmental Engi- 
neering. 

A Model of Aluminum Phosphate Precipitation in 
Wastewater Treatment. 

Ronald Alan Kline, of Greenbelt, Md., B. E. S. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. Mechanics and Materials Sci- 
ence. 

The Spectral Analysis of Acoustic Emission Signals. 



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Yuh-lin Liang, of Nanking, Republic of China, B. S. Na- 
tional Chiao Tung University, 1970. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 

Robert Shu Mao, of Taipei, Taiwan, B. S. National Taiwan 
University, 1968. Electrical Engineering. 

Timothy Scott Margulies, of San Francisco, Calif. 
Mechanics and Materials Science. 

Viscothermal Theory of Sound Wave Propagation in 
Chemically Reacting Mixtures of Nondiffusive Fluids. 

Louis David Naman, of Iowa City, Iowa, B. S. Carnegie 
Institute of Technology, 1966; M.S. E. University of 
Florida, 1971. Electrical Engineering. 

Young-Chul Park, of Inchon, Korea, B. S. Seoul National 
University, Korea, 1969. Electrical Engineering. 



John Parker, of Elmhurst, N. Y., B. E. Stevens Institute of 
Technology, 1974. Electrical Engineering. 

Felice Mario Sciulli, of Gamberale, Italy, B. S. University 
of Pittsburgh, 1973. Electrical Engineering. 

Mansour Sedaghat, of Teheran, Iran. Environmental Engi- 
neering. 
Implementation of the Noninferior Set Estimation 
Method for Bicriterion Problems. 

Mathilde Benveniste Sutow, of Thessaloniki, Greece, B. A. 
University of Pennsylvania, 1968. Mathematical Sciences. 

Stanford Daniel Ward, of Houston, Texas, B. S. University 
of Houston, 1969; M.S., 1971. Environmental Engineer- 
ing. 

A Method for Analyzing an Approach to the Regula- 
tion of Natural Monopolies in Hazardous Waste 
Management Systems. 



MASTERS 

in the Faculty of 

Kirk Joseph Abbey, of Monmouth, 111., B. A. Rockford Col- 
lege, 1971. Chemistry. 

Rebecca McClure Albury, of Sydney, Australia, B. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970. Political Science. 
To Meet A Contingent Danger: Intelligence and In- 
tervention in the Dominican Republic April 24- May 
2, 1965. 

Rodney Charles Anderson, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Uni- 
versity of West Florida, 1973. Physics. 

Eileen Jane Awe, of Garden City, N. Y., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1976. Romance Languages. 

Vincent van Gogh: Is the Message of his Art Decipher- 
able? 

Harriet Erica Fried Baber, of Paterson, N. J., B. A. Lake 
Forest College, 1971. Philosophy. 

Kevin Anthony Babiak, of Yonkers, N. Y., B. S. Fordham 
University, 1971; M.S. University of Delaware, 1974. 
Chemistry. 

Deirdra Brook Baldwin, of Erie, Pa. Writing Seminars. 
Breaking Up the Oven. 

John Marshak Baron, of St. Louis, Mo., B. A. Hobart Col- 
lege, 1972. Writing Seminars. 
Fix-It. 

William Henley Bartholomew, of Memphis, Tenn., B. A. 
Rutgers University, 1962. History of Art. 

Mohamed BenDebba, of Tunis, Tunisia, B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1973. Psychology. 



OF ARTS 

Arts and Sciences 

Michael Stuart Bernstein, of Arlington, Va., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1973. History. 

Crime and Punishment in Baltimore in the Nineteeth 
Century. 

Alan Betten, of Worcester, Mass., B. A. Brown University, 
1973. Political Science. 
Free Speech vs. Privacy: The Resolution of a Liber- 
tarian Conflict. 

David L. Blockus, of Wilkes Barre, Pa., B. A. University 
of Pennsylvania, 1972. Physics. 

Edward Louis Boggs III, of Williamsville, N. Y., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Romance Languages. 

Flint Brayton, of Springfield, Mass., B. S. Brown Uni- 
versity, 1972. Political Economy. 

Martin Brown, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Antioch College, 
1975. Writing Seminars. 
White Elephant. 

Larry Philip Brunner, of Ellicott City, Md., B. A. Oberlin 
College, 1974. Political Economy. 

William E. Cain, of Cambridge, Mass., B. A. Tufts Uni- 
versity, 1974. English. 

William Rodgers Caltrider, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., B. A. 
Yale University, 1969. Education. 

Francesco Caramazza, of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, B. A. 
Sir George Williams University, Canada, 1970; M. A., 
1971. Political Economy. 

Howard Carney, Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., B. S. George 
Peabody College for Teachers, 1963. Biophysics. 



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Stephen Sparrell Carpenter, of Boston, Mass., B. A. Colby 
College, 1967; M. A. University of Minnesota, 1972. His- 
tory of Art. 

Dennis Paul Carroll, of Grantville, Pa., B. S. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1971. Chemistry. 

Evan Bruce Carton, of Bellefonte, Pa., B. A. Columbia 
University, 1974. English. 

Francis James Catania, Jr., of Chester, Pa., B. A. Dickinson 
College, 1973. Writing Seminars. 
A r o one knows the Air of which he Speaks. 

Marc Jerome Chapdelaine, of Manchester, N. H., B. A. 
College of the Holy Cross, 1971; M.S., 1973. Chemistry. 

Hubert John Charles, of Portsmouth, Dominica, W. I., 
B. A. University of the West Indies, 1972. History. 

Kuo-in Chen, of Taipei, China, B. S., National Tsing Hua 
University, 1971. Physics. 

Robert Thomas Clabby II, of Denver, Colo., BA. Colorado 
College, 1974. Political Science. 

The Supreme Court and State Regulation of Political 
Parties: New Dilemmas, Traditional Answers, and 
Party Government Theory. 

Sara Christine Clark, of Des Moines, Iowa, B. A. DePauw 
University, 1970. Classics. 

Douglas Edward Crowell, of Dallas, Texas, B. A. Rice 
University, 1974. Writing Seminars. 

Four Chapters from an Untitled Novel in Progress. 

Douglas Arthur Dailey, of Ann Arbor, Mich., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1970. Political Science. 

Max Weber's Methodology: A Critical Contemporary 
Critique. 

Kathleen Mary Dalton, of Martinez, Calif., B. A. Mills 
College, 1970. History. 

Stephen Paul Daurio, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Yale Uni- 
versity, 1973. Psychology. 

Diane Mott Davidson, of Honolulu, Hawaii, B. A. Stan- 
ford University, 1970. History of Art. 

William Everett Delaney, Jr., of Port Arthur, Texas, B.A. 
Rice University, 1961; M.S. Columbia University, 1962. 
History. 

John Philip d'Entremont, of West Point, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1972; M. A., 1974. History. 

William John Devitt, of Salem, Mass., B. A. College of the 
Holy Cross, 1974. German. 

Alberto Devoto, of Cagliari, Italy, Laurea in Physics Uni- 
versity of Cagliari, 1970. Physics. 

William Craig Diamond, of Washington, D. C, B. A. Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1970; M. A. University of Iowa, 1973. 
History. 



Stephen Alexander Donatelli, of Philadelphia, Pa. Writ- 
ing Seminars. 
Four Fictions. 

Janice Eidus, of New York, N. Y., B. A. City College of 
City University of New York, 1973. Writing Seminars. 
Thinly Disguised Fiction. 

Bradley Park Etherton, of New Orleans, La., B. A. Rice 
University, 1972; M. Ch. E., 1972. Chemistry. 

Linda Darnell Faison, of Kenansville, N. C, B. S. North 
Carolina College at Durham, 1971. Biology. 

Daniel Brian Fallon, of Oceanside, N. Y., B. A. State Uni- 
versity of New York at Stony Brook, 1971. English. 

Thomas Raymond Fedyszyn, of Dunkirk, N. Y., B. S. 
United States Naval Academy, 1969. Political Science. 
European Socialism and the Colonial Question, 1848-1918. 

Harrison Michael Fisher, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Ameri- 
can University, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
Hysteron-Proteron. 

Jay Fogelman, of Chicago, 111., B. A. Lake Forest College, 
1972. Philosophy. 

Elaine Spicer Friebele, of Asheville, N. C, B. S. Salem Col- 
lege, 1970. Geography. 

Phosphorus Metabolism in a Brackish Water Plankton 
Community Containing a Bloom of the Ciliate, 
Mesodinium Rubrum. 

Paul Richard Genega, of Lynbrook, N. Y., B. A. George- 
town University, 1971. Writing Seminars. 
Dragging the Lake. 

Jeroen Gerritsen, of Leiden, The Netherlands, B. S. 
Antioch College, 1974. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 

Scott Frederick Gilbert, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Wes- 
leyan University, 1971. History of Science. 

Sex Determination and the Embryological Origins of 
the Gene Theory. 

John David Gillies, of Rochester, N. Y., B. A. Colgate Uni- 
versity, 1975. Classics. 

James Paul Girves, of Akron, Ohio, B. S. Ohio State Uni- 
versity, 1974. Biology. 

John Henry Glascock, of Fairfield, N. J., B.A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1965. Political Science. 

The United States Commission on Civil Rights: An 
Analysis of the Institutionalization of Its Role. 

James Dickey Goodyear, Jr., of Richmond, Va., B. A. Hart- 
wick College, 1967. History. 

Michael Raymond Gorman, of Overland Park, Kans., B. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Physics. 

George Joseph Grabowski, Jr., of Needham, Mass., B. S. 
Bucknell University, 1974. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 

Timothy Allen Green, of Smithsburg, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Mathematical Sciences. 



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Carl Joseph Guarneri, of Yonkers, N. Y., B. A. University 
of Pennsylvania, 1972; M. A. University of Michigan, 
1974. History. 

George Franklin Hartig, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. S. St. 
Vincent College, 1973. Physics. 

Melford James Henderson, of Birmingham, Ala., B. S. 
Bishop College, 1972. Biology. 

Harry Morton Hersh, of Saco, Maine, B. S. E. E. North- 
eastern University, 1970. Psychology. 

Queene Ferry Hooper, of Baltimore, Md\, B. A. Vassar 
College, 1973. Writing Seminars. 
Some Stories. 

Lloyd Henry Howard, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. Uni- 
versity of British Columbia, 1973. Romance Languages. 

Jen-Hwa Hsu, of Taipei, Taiwan, B. S. National Tsing Hua 
University, 1972. Physics. 

Kazuhiro Igawa, of Mihara Hiroshima, Japan, B. A. 
Hiroshima University, 1968; M. A. Osaka University, 1970. 
Political Economy. 

Tami Yvette Isaacs, of Elizabeth, N. J., B. S. Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, 1974. Chemistry. 

Ruth Evelyne Isktn, of Jerusalem, Israel, B. A Hebrew Uni- 
versity of Jerusalem, 1970. History of Art. 

Thomas Michael Jacklin, of Meadville, Pa., B. A. Al- 
legheny College, 1971. History. 

Mark David Johnston, of Puyallup, Wash., B. A. University 
of Oregon, 1974. Romance Languages. 

Beth Baruch Joselow, of Washington, D. C, B. A. George 
Washington University, 1969. Writing Seminars. 
The April Wars. 

James Thurman Kahn, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. Dickin- 
son College, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
Landscaping. 

Timothy John Kelley, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, B. A. 
Dartmouth College, 1974. Philosophy. 

Daniel Joseph Kerkman, of Baltimore, Md. Chemistry. 

Mohammad Zubair Khan, of Peshawar, Pakistan, B. A. 
Punjab University, 1971; M.S. Islamabad University, 
Pakistan, 1972. Political Economy. 

Edith Deborah Klingsberg, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1973. German. 

Kathryn Gayl Kramer, of Annapolis, Md., B. A. Marl- 
boro College, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
The New Ice Age. 

Diane Lee Krasner, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, B.A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Near Eastern Studies. 

Shiro Kurihara, of Utsunomiya, Japan, B. E. University of 
Tokyo, 1971. Political Economy. 



Paul Kyritsoglou, of Athens, Greece, License in Sciences 
Economiques, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 
1974. Political Economy. 

Naomi Raboy Lamoreaux, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. A. State 
University of New York at Binghamton, 1972. History. 

Meei-You Lee, of Taipei, China, B. S. National Central 
University, Taiwan, 1973. Madiematics. 

Howard Leonard Lehman, of Newark, N. J., B. A. Pace 
College, 1968. Philosophy. 

Wilhelmina Arleen Leigh, of Washington, D. C, B. A. 
Cornell University, 1970. Political Economy. 

Cherie Joyce Howard Lenzen, of Chicago, 111., B. A. Mac- 
Murray College, 1969. Near Eastern Studies. 

Monica Ann Lindh, of Pittsfield, Mass., B. A. Vassar Col- 
lege, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
Artifact and Other Stories. 

Michael Louis, of Castries, West Indies, B. A. University 
of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, 1973. History. 

Patrick Irwin Mahoney, of Albuquerque, N. M., B. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Political Economy. 
The Dichotomous Labor Market: Its Effect on Wage 
Changes and Full Employment. 

Eleanor Elizabeth Maloney, of Atlanta, Ga., B. A. Swarth- 
more College, 1973. Biology. 

Kazuo Matsushita, of Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, B. E. 
University of Tokyo, 1971; B.E., 1972. Political Econo- 
my. 

Robert Daniel McGrath, of Bel Air, Md. Physics. 

George Warren McKenna, of Winthrop, Mass., B. A. Bos- 
ton College, 1964. Near Eastern Studies. 

Bruce Dayton Meade, of East Aurora, N. Y., B. S. Cornell 
University, 1972. Biophysics. 

Abraham Mehrez, of Haifa, Israel, B. A. Hebrew University 
of Jerusalem, 1972. Mathematical Sciences. 

Jacqueline Tema Miller, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1973. English. 

Larry Benjamin Miller, of Baltimore, Md. Classics. 

Carol Jane Mills, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Towson State 
College, 1974. Psychology. 

Richard Keith Moats, of Oakland, Md., B. A. Western 
Maryland College, 1974. Chemistry. 

William Francis Moessinger, of Street, Md., B. A. Towson 
State College, 1963; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1973. Writing Seminars. 
Backstroke. 

Diane Mahony Monrad, of Berkeley, Calif., B. A. Duke 
University, 1972. Psychology. 

Gary Louis Moore, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1974. Chemistry. 



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Paul McKinley Murray, of Louisville, Ky., B. A. Witten- 
berg University, 1974. German. 

James C. Musselwhite, Jr., of Fayetteville, N. C, B. A. 
Duke University, 1972. Political Science. 

Politics of the Budgetary Process in Mexico: A Study 
of Two Regimes. 

Daniel Paul Musser, of Wells, Minn., B. S. University of 
Notre Dame, 1974. Physics. 

Susan Lynn Ketzel Naylor, of Erie, Pa., B. S. Villa Maria 
College, 1971. Biology. 

William Christian Nufer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
Where is Darla Cognito. 

Mary Doris Oldewurtel, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Mary 
Washington College of the University of Virginia, 1974. 
Chemistry. 

Gerard Bernard Olszewski, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1976. Chemistry. 

Richard Orodenker, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. Pennsyl- 
vania State University, 1974. Writing Seminars. 
Disraeli Generations ond Other Stories. 

Peter David Pagerey, of West Lafayette, Ind., B. S. Clark- 
son College of Technology, 1973. Psychology. 

Gwenn Karen Pavlovitz, of Lansdale, Pa., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1976. Chemistry. 

Ronald Joseph Penoyer, of Oran, N. Y., B. A. Cornell 

University, 1973. English. 

The Experience of Malory's Morte. 

Barbara Mae Pepper, of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 
B. Sc. University of Saskatchewan, 1969; M. Sc, 1971. 
Earth and Planetary Sciences. 

Arthur Frederick Peterson III, of Mount Vernon, N. Y., 
B. A. Georgetown University, 1967. History. 

Terry Edward Phillips, of Sunbury, Pa., B.A. Susquehanna 
University, 1970. Chemistry. 

Peter Anthony Poggioli, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. College 
of the Holy Cross, 1972. History. 

Eileen Rose Pollock, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Stern Col- 
lege, 1973. Political Science. 

The Growth of American Interests: A Critique of the 
Foreign Policy Cycle Thesis. 

Ross Posnock, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Kenyon College, 
1974. English. 

Convergence in The Wings of the Dove and Absalom, 
Absalom. 

Diana Maria Pujals, of Santiago, Cuba, B. A. Goucher 
College, 1972. Psychology. 

Stephen Patrick Randolph, of Delano, Calif., B. S. United 
States Air Force Academy, 1974. History of Science. 
Emigration, Alteration, and Confrontation: James 
Franck in Baltimore, 1935-1938. 



Arlene Raven, of Santa Monica, Calif., B. A. Hood Col- 
lege, 1965; M.F. A. George Washington University, 1967. 
History of Art. 

Anne Raver, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Oberlin College, 1972. 
Writing Seminars. 
Priming the Pump. 

Pamela Lynne Regis, of Aberdeen, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. English. 

Alan Mark Robinson, of Perth Amboy, N. J., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1972; M.S. Ed., 1972. Geography. 
The Effects of Urbanization on Stream Channel Mor- 
phology. 

Miriam Rossi, of Asti, Italy. Chemistry. 

James Francis Ryley, Jr. of Toledo, Ohio. Physics. 

A Refectometer for Calibration of Gratings in the 
Vacuum Ultraviolet. 

Lawrence Cooper Sager, of Manhattan, Kans., B. A. Hamil- 
ton College, 1974. Psychology. 

Kent William Schell, of Hartford, Conn., B. A. Wesleyan 
University, 1970. Humanities Center. 

Robert Scott Schepp, of Massapequa Park, N. Y., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Chemistry. 

Diane Marie Schmit, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. S. University 
of California, Los Angeles, 1974. Chemistry. 

John Meyer Slatin, of Buffalo, N. Y., B. A. University of 
Michigan, 1973. English. 

Borwornsri Chirarattananon Somboonpanya, of Bangkok, 
Thailand, B. Econ. Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 
1972. Political Economy. 

Thomas Flint Sparks, of Brownwood, Texas, B. S. Texas 
Arts and Industries University, 1974. Biology. 

Alex McConnell Stevens, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Louisville, 1970. Writing Seminars. 

A Man Climbs the Hill in Front of His House, and 
Imagines a Mystery. 

Eric John Sundquist, of McPherson, Kans., B. A. University 
of Kansas, 1974. English. 

Richard Swartz, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. Mansfield State 
College, 1974. Writing Seminars. 
Passive Voice. 

Yitzhak Tal, of Jerusalem, Israel, B. A. Hebrew University 
of Jerusalem, 1970. Political Economy. 

Craig Arthur Thompson, of Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., 
B. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1976. History. 
The Rhetoric of Friendship in the Letters of Alcuin of 
York and St. Anselm of Canterbury. 

James Peter Thompson, of Cambridge, N. Y., B.A. Brandeis 
University, 1973. English. 



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Craig Van Doren Thornton, of San Jose, Calif., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1973. Political Economy. 

Saran Twombly, of Saranac Lake, N. Y., B. S. St. Lawrence 
University, 1973. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 

Martha Anna Umbreit, of Wausau, Wis., B. S. Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1971. Chemistry. 

Atilla Uras, of Samsun, Turkey, B. A. Bogazici Uni- 
versity, Turkey, 1973. Political Economy. 

Diane Faye Urey, of Portland, Oreg., B. A University of 
Oregon, 1974. Romance Languages. 

David Alan Vanko, of Timonium, Md., B. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1976. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 

Mary-Joan Moh Wall, of Anhwei, China, B. S. Fujen 
Catholic University, China, 1968. Physics. 

Jean Carol Wilson, of Point Pleasant, N. J., B. A Ameri- 
can University, 1972. History of Art. 

Steven Francis Wojtal, of Albany, N. Y., B. S. Brown Uni- 
versity, 1974. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 



Robert Steven Wolff, of Chicago, 111., B. A. Claremont 
Men's College, 1974. Writing Seminars. 
Pitch and Run. 

Peter Allan Woolson, of York, Pa., B. A. University of 
Richmond, 1974. Writing Seminars. 
The Search for Missing Persons. 

Paul Frederic Worley, of Mount Lebanon, Pa., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Chemistry. 

Susan Fillin Yeh, of New York, N. Y., B. A. New York Uni- 
versity, 1964; M. A. Boston University, 1968. History of 
Art. 

Howard George Zaharoff, of Rockaway, N. J., B. A. 
Lafayette College, 1972. Philosophy. 

Robert David Zmuda, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. A. University of 
Pittsburgh, 1975. Writing Seminars. 
Thinking about Feeling. 



DOCTORS OF SCIENCE 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 

Judith Keller Barr, of South Orange, N. J.; B. A. Goucher Haile Mariam Kahssay, of Addis Abeba, Ethiopia; B. Sc. 

College, 1957. Behavioral Sciences. Haile Sellassie I. University, 1966; M. P. H. University of 

e,;e>j*- • »tjt/^ rw Tin California, 1969. Public Health Administration. 

Role Relations in Medical Care Delivery: Task Per- 

formance and Consensus. Traditional Health Beliefs in Ethiopia. 



John F. Baskar, of Arlington Heights, Mass.; B. Sc. Uni- 
versity of Madras, 1959; M. S. Howard University, 1967. 
Pathobiology. 

Tumorigenicity of Different Cell Types Derived from a 
Teratocarcinoma Cell Line. 

Thomas Felice Beltrame, of Mount Airy, Md.; B. S. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1961; M. H. S. The Johns Hopkins 
University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1973. 
Mental Hygiene. 

Drinking Patterns Among Adult Males in Two Lumbee 
Indian Communities. 

Joao Manuel Do Rosario Pacheco De Figueiredo, of 
Baltimore, Md.; M.D. Goa Medical School, 1965; M. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1969. Mental Hygiene. 

Explorations in Transcultural Psychiatry. 

Mark Howard Epstein, of University Heights, Ohio; B. S. 
The Ohio State University, 1966; M. S. P. H. The Uni- 
versity of Missouri, 1972. Health Care Organization. 

Community Hospitals: Their Governing Boards and 
Capital Finances. 



Ruth Elizabeth Little, of Seattle, Wash.; B. A. Indiana 
University, 1958; M. S. University of Washington, 1968. 
Mental Hygiene. 

Maternal Alcohol Use and Resultant Birth Outcome. 

William A. Neill, of Hiram, Ohio; B. A. Hiram College, 
1967. Pathobiology, 

Kaeng Khoi Virus in Cave-Dwelling Freetailed Bats in 
Thailand. 

Robert Mark Politzer, of Burlington, Vt.; B. A. Univer- 
sity of Vermont, 1970; M. S., 1972. Health Care Organi- 
zation. 

A Comparison of the Location and Specialty Distribu- 
tion of Foreign and American Medical Graduates in 
Maryland. 

Nicholas Seamus Rashford, S. J., of Kansas City, Mo.; B. S. 
St. Louis University, 1969; M. A., 1972; S. M. Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1973. Behavioral Sciences. 
Human Resources: Their Measurement and Function 
in a Complex Medical Research Environment. 



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A. Razzaque Rukanuddin, of Karachi, Pakistan; M. A. Uni- 
versity of Karachi, 1959. Population Dynamics. 

The Effect of Sex Composition and Sex Differential 
Mortality on Fertility Behavior in Pakistan. 

Patricia Holland Sheets, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Notre 
Dame of Maryland, 1967. Pathobiology. 

Mouse Hepatitis Virus Infection in Thymectomized 
C3H Mice. 

An-Liang Soong, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Chung Yuan 
College of Science and Engineering, 1962; M. S. Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1969. Environmental Health. 
An Investigation into the Factors Affecting the Measure- 
ment of the Line Spread Function and Modulation 
Transfer Function of Radiographic Intensifying 
Screens. 



Charles John Stine, of Baltimore, Md.; D. D. S. University 
of Maryland Dental School, 1950. Mental Hygiene. 
Behavioral Ontogeny and Maternal-Offspring Interac- 
tion in the House Shrew " Suncus Murinus." 

Ihsiung Su, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. Tunghai University, 
1960; M. A. University of Michigan, 1970. Population 
Dynamics. 
Study on the Impact of Reform of Abortion Law in 
Taiwan, Republic of China. 

Yvonne Madeline Williamson, of West Friendship, Md.; 
B. S. N. University of Maryland, 1958; M. P. H. The 
Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public 
Health, 1971. Health Care Organization. 

Congruence of Patients' and Nurses' Attitudes Toward 
Hospital Nursing Care. 



Gary Henry Zeman, of Wheaton, Md.; B. A. St. Mary's 
College, 1967; M.S. University of Minnesota, 1969. 
Environmental Health. 

An Analysis of the Interrelationship Between Image 
Quality and Radiation Exposure in Xeroradiography. 



DOCTORS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 



Constance Jean Adams, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Michigan 
State University, 1963; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1971. 
Maternal and Child Health. 

Declining Neonatal Mortality Rates in Baltimore City. 

Mervell Winzer Bracewell, of New Orleans, La.; B. S. N. 
Adelphi University, 1957; M. S. N. Catholic University, 
1963; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins University School of 
Hygiene and Public Health, 1971. Population Dynamics. 

Illegitimate Babies Born to Negro Teenagers in 
Baltimore. 

Georgia Lee Brown, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Tuskegee In- 
stitute, 1965; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins University 
School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1972. Behavioral 
Sciences. 

Sociocultural Mobility and Incongruity Factors in the 
Occurrence of Cerebrovascular Disease. 

Gene S. Cranch, of Baltimore, Md.; B. A. University of 
Maine, 1949; M. A. University of Chicago, 1956; M. P. H. 
The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and 
Public Health, 1969. Maternal and Child Health. 

Determination of Potential for Patient Management by 
Nurse-Midwives. 

Lillian K. Gibbons, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Adelphi Uni- 
versity, 1968; M.P. H. University of Michigan, 1970. 
Maternal and Child Health. 

Analysis of Rise in Cesarean Sections in Baltimore. 



Arnfried Adolf Kielmann, of Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 
B. Sc. Sir George Williams University, 1960; M. D. C. M. 
McGill University, 1965; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins 
University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1970. 
International Health. 

Interactions of Nutrition and Infection: Immune 
Responses and Weight Fluctuations Following Im- 
munizations in a Rural Preschool Child Community. 

Regina McPhillips, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Adelphi Uni- 
versity, 1967; M. P. H. University of Minnesota, 1968. 
Maternal and Child Health. 

Relationship of Selected Factors with Development of 
Toxemia. 

Dinesh P. Sinha, of Baltimore, Md.; M. B. B. S. Darbhanga 
Medical College, 1962; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1969. 
Pathobiology. 

The Children of Ichag-A Longitudinal Study of 
Health and Disease in a Rural Community. 

Mary Louise Talbott Thoms, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. N. 
Western Reserve University, 1962; M. S. N. University 
of Pennsylvania, 1963; M. P. H. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1972. Pub- 
lic Health Administration. 

A Social Area Analysis of Patient-Nurse Contacts in an 
Urban, Official Public Health Agency. 



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DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

in The School of Hygiene and Public Health 



Dean Seymour Singer Bross, of Buffalo, N. Y.; B. S. Brown 
University, 1973; M.S., 1973. Biostatistics. 

Survival Analysis in the Presence of Mixed Distribu- 
tions. 

Mead Talyor Cain, of New York, N. Y.; A. B. Princeton 
University, 1968; M. Sc. London School of Economics, 
1972. Population Dynamics. 

Village Modernization, Social Stratification and Fer- 
tility Behavior in Rural Pakistan. 

Linda Joy Ciborowski, of Bel Air, Md.; B. A. St. Joseph 
College, 1972. Environmental Health. 

Leukocyte Metabolic Response to Antigenic Stimula- 
tion " In Vitro." 

Abdulrahman Farhang-Azad, of Baltimore, Md.; Dr. 
Pharm. Tehran University, 1966; M. P. H., 1970. Patho- 
biology. 

Ecology of Nonvay Rat Populations and Capillaria 
hepatica. 

Arthur Gerald Itkin, of Lawrenceville, N. J.; B.A. Indiana 
University, 1951; M.S. New York University, 1953; M.S. 
Rutgers University, 1968. Biostatistics. 

Multinomial Responses in Regression Problems. 

Eugene David Johnson, of Vestal, N. Y., B. S. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1970; M. P. H. Yale University, 1972. Epidemi- 
ology. 

Functional Heterogeneity of Lymphocytic Choriomen- 
ingitis Virus Specific Lymphocytes. 

Richard Charles McCarty, of Randallstown, Md.; B. S. 
Old Dominion University, 1970; M.S., 1972. Patho- 
biology. 

Parental Environment and the Development of Be- 
havior in Two Rodent Species, "Onychomys torridus" 
and " Peromyscus leucopus." 

Elizabeth Moen, of Eugene, Ore.; B. S. Lenoir Rhyne 
College, 1964. Population Dynamics. 

Household Structure, Family Socialization and the Pre- 
marital Sexual Behavior of U. S. Adolescent Females. 

David Gordon Ritchie, of La Jolla, Cal.; B.A. San Jose 
State College, 1968. Biochemical and Biophysical Sci- 
ences. 

Studies on Rat Peritoneal Mast Cell Histidine Decar- 
boxylase. 



Ensor Rodriguez-Lopez, of Baltimore, Md.; M. D. Univer- 
sity of Salamanca, 1961; M. P. H. Harvard School of 
Public Health, 1968. Environmental Medicine. 

The Cardiovascular Adaptations of Unanesthesized 
Dogs to Sudden Changes of Aortic Resistance. 

Leonard Martin Schechtman, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. 
Long Island University, 1964; M. S. University of Cin- 
cinnati, 1966. Environmental Health. 

A Mammalian Cellular System for the Mechanistic 
Study of (1) "In Vitro " Neoplastic Transformation 
by Chernical Carcinogens, and (2) The Uptake and 
Fate of Exogenous Nucleic Acids. 

Nancy Johnson Smith, of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; B. A. 
Colby College, 1966; M. A. T. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1968. Environmental Medicine. 

Evaluation of Both Outdoor and Indoor Exposure to 
Carbon Monoxide and Their Health Significance in 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

Charles Thomas Spradlin, of Odessa, Texas; B. A. Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1972. Biostatistics. 

A Logistic Approach to Structure-Activity Relations in 
Drugs. 

Harvey Floyd Thomas, of Baltimore, Md.; B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1967. Biochemical and Biophysical Sci- 
ences. 

Thymine Hydroperoxide as a Chemical Mutagen. 

Richard Allan Vogel, of Chapel Hill, N. C; B.A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. Environmental Medi- 
cine. 

Adverse Effects of Hypoxic and Carbon Monoxide 
Hypoxia and Psychotropic Drugs on Conceptual 
Behavior and Memory in Baboons. 

Wendy Carolyn Wolf, of Madison, Wis.; B. A. Pembroke 
College, 1971. Population Dynamics. 

Occupational Attainment of Married Women: Do 
Career Contingencies Matter? 

Ann Graham Zauber, of Birmingham, Ala.; B. A. Hollins 
College, 1969. Biostatistics. 
Multiple Regression with Censored Survivals in a 
Makeham Model with Application to Longevity. 

Kathryn Egloff-Zoon, of Columbia, Md.; B. S. Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, 1970. Biochemical and Biophysical 
Sciences. 

Studies of the Constitution of the Cell Envelope of 
Haemophilus Influenzae in Relation to Competence 
for Genetic Transformation. 



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DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

in The School of Advanced International Studies 



Donald C. Booher, of Pitcairn, Pa., B. A. Miami University, 
1967; M. A., 1968. 
Famine: An American Dilemma} 

Lawrence Harwood de Bivort, of Washington, D. C, B. A. 
Stanford University, 1965; M.A. The American Uni- 
versity, 1967. 

The Establishment of Israel and the Arab-Israeli Con- 
flict: A Legal Analysis 

Eric Wylie Hayden, of Locust Valley, L. I., N. Y., B. A. 
Princeton University, 1965; M.A. The George Washing- 
ton University, 1971. 

The Transfer of Industrial Technology to East Europe: 
A Study of U. S. Corporate Experience 
William Edward Hazen, of Arlington, Va., B. A. University 
of Virginia, 1954; M. A. American University of Beirut, 
1959. 
Mustafa Al-Nahhas, Leader of the Wafd 

Janet Kelly, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. S. F. S. Georgetown 
University, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
S.A. I.S., 1972. 

American Banks in Britain 

Charles Edward Morrison, of Billings, Mont., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1965; M.A. S.A.I. S., 1967. 
Southeast Asia in a Changing International Environ- 
ment: A Comparative Foreign Policy Analysis of 
Four ASEAN-Member Countries 

Samuel Burton Payne, Jr., of New York, N.Y., B. A. 
Harvard University, 1963; M.A. New York University, 
1967. 

"From Positions of Strength ": Soviet Attitudes towards 
Strategic Arms Limitation 

Mir-Ahmed Baray Zekrya, of Kaboul, Afghanistan, Licence 
University of Lausanne, 1967. 

Planning and Development in Afghanistan: A Case of 
Maximum Foreign Aid and Minimum Growth 



Bennnett Ramberg, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. University 
of Southern California, 1968; M. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University S. A. I. S., 1970. 

The Seabed Arms Control Negotiation: A Study of 
Multilateral Arms Control Conference Diplomacy 

Earl Cedric Ra venal, of Washington, D. C, B. A. Harvard 
University, 1952; M.A. The Johns Hopkins University 
S.A. I.S., 1971. 

Foreign Policy and International Order: The Structure 
and Process of Choice in the Nixon-Kissinger and 
Ford-Kissinger Administrations 

Teddy Wallace Roe, of Alexandria, Va., B. A. University 
of Montana, 1959; M.A. Georgetown University, 1965. 
A Review of Factors Leading to Fidel Castro's Retreat 
on Armed Struggle, 1967 and 1968 

Jiri Valenta, of Miami, Fla., Master's Charle's University, 
1968. 

Soviet Foreign Policy Decision-Making and Bureaucratic 
Politics: Czechoslovak Crisis 1968 

Dennis Paul Williams, of Webster, N. Y., B. A. Boston 
College, 1965; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University 
S.A. I.S., 1970. 

Local Level Politics: A Study of Political Parties in a 
Turkish Province 

Gerald Campbell Vaughan Wright, of Toronto, Ontario, 
B. A. University of Toronto, 1962; B. A. University of 
Oxford, 1964; M. P. A. Harvard University, 1965. 

Cooperation and Independence: Canada's Management 
of Financial Relations with the United States, 1963- 
1968 



Tyrone Lucas Adams, of Orlando, Fla., B. S. Stetson Uni- 
versity, 1972. 

Marilee Christine Allen, of Pawling, N. Y., B. S. Cornell 
University, 1972. 

Martin S. Altschul, of Wilmette, 111., B. S. Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1970. 

Randall Allen Ammon, of Orinda, Cal., B. S. University 
of California (Berkeley) , 1972. 



DOCTORS OF MEDICINE 

in The Faculty of Medicine 

Paul Austin, of Monsey, N. Y., B. S. Tufts University, 1972. 

David M. Bachman, of Scranton, Pa., B. A. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1973. 

Theresa A. Barry, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. S. Drexel Insti- 
tute of Technology, 1972. 

Carlos Bazan III, of San Antonio, Tex., B. A. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1972. 



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George Vann Bennett, of Kailua, Hi., B. A. Stanford Uni- 
versity, 1970; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 

William Louis Bernstein, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Johns 

Hopkins University, 1973. 
John Andrew Bertolatus, of Little Mountain, S. C, B. A. 

Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 

Jeffrey Allan Biller, of New York, N. Y., B. Chem. City 

College of New York, 1972. 
Julie Blatt, of White Plains, N. Y., B. A. Radcliffe College, 

1972. 

Jack Benton Bleich, of Adanta, Ga., B. A. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1971. 

Donald Ross Bordley, of Cooperstown, N. Y., B. A. Yale 
University, 1969. 

Roy Glen Brower, of Rock Hill, N. Y., B. A. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1971. 

Howard Stephen Buchoff, of Bloomfield, N. J., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 

Richard Chang, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1968. 

Michael Edward Charness, of Montreal, Quebec, Can., 
B. Sc. McGill University, 1972. 

Diana K. Cheng, of New York, N. Y., B. A. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1972. 

Robert T. K. Chui, of Monterey Park, Cal., B. A. Occi- 
dental College, 1972. 

Robert Carl Ciardullo, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Vassar 
College, 1972. 

Richard Alan Cohen, of Portland, Me., B. A. Bowdoin 
College, 1972. 

Virginia Upchurch Collier, of Birmingham, Ala., B. A. 
Sweet Briar College, 1972. 

Nancy Jean Copeland-Payton, of Independence, Mo., B. A. 
University of Missouri (Columbia) , 1972. 

John Wayne Cowens, of Cold Spring, Ky., H. B. A. Xavier 
University, 1967; M.S. Northwestern University, 1969. 

William Ashton Crafford, Jr., of Akron, Ohio, B. A. 
Vanderbilt University, 1971. 

Donald Craig D'Agati, of Teaneck, N. J., B. A. Yale Uni- 
versity, 1972. 

Octavio J. de Marchena, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Richard Laurence Dombroff, of Oceanside, N. Y., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 

Michael Aristides Doukas, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Rita Marie Emch, of Girard, Ohio, B. A. Mount Holyoke 
College, 1972. 

John Albert Engers III, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. University 
of Notre Dame, 1972. 



Andrew Paul Feinberg, of Harrisburg, Pa., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Leonard Feldman, of North Miami Beach, Fla., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Kaye Ruth Fichman, of San Diego, Cal., B. A. Indiana Uni- 
versity, 1972. 

Kenneth H. Fischbeck, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., M. A., B. A. 
Harvard College, 1972. 

Arnold David Gale, of Santa Clara, Cal., B. A. Stanford 
University, 1971. 

Lawrence Joseph Giustra, Jr., of Hicksville, N. Y., B. A. 
Adelphi University, 1972. 

David Stanley Goldstein, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Yale 
University, 1970. 

Jill Ellen Goldstein, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. S. Tufts Uni- 
versity, 1972. 

Robert Paul Goodman, of Richmond, Va., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

David Alan Greenberg, of Yorktown Heights, N. Y., B. A. 
Cornell University, 1971. 

David Arnold Griesemer, of Salt Lake City, Utah, B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 

Jesse Michael Hackell, of Long Beach, N. Y., B. A Prince- 
ton University, 1972. 

Lawrence David Hammer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Ronald Blair Hartman, of Bethesda, Md., B. S. E. Prince- 
ton University, 1972. 

Ellis Victor Hedaya, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. University 
of Rochester, 1972. 

Charles Gardiner Helmick III, of Buffalo, N. Y., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1972. 

Victor Warren Henderson, of Augusta, Ga., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Georgia, 1972. 

Clare Ann Hochreiter, of Copiague, N. Y., B. S Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1972. 

Paul Joseph Hudson, of West Nyack, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Rochester, 1972. 

Timothy Louis Huettner, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, B. A. 
Texas Christian University, 1972. 

Lawrence Albert Inra, of Whitestone, N. Y., B. S. Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame, 1972. 

Jimmie L. Johnson, of Teachey, N. C, B. A. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1972. 

Kent R. Johnson, of Joliet, 111., B. A. Harvard College, 
1969; B.A. Balliol College, Oxford University, 1971. 

Larry Albert Jones, of Memphis, Tenn., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1972. 



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Yale Mitchell Kadesky, of Wheaton, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 

Frederick Samuel Kaplan, of Highland Park, N. J., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 

Richard Harlan Kay, of Bayside, N. Y., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1973. 

Lawrence Elliot Klein, of South Euclid, Ohio, B. S. Mas- 
sachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972. 

Edwin Brooke Knights, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Brown 
University, 1972. 

Nancy Ruth Kollisch, of Great Neck, N. Y., B. S. Cornell 
University, 1972. 

Beatrice Mary Kovasznay, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Rad- 
cliffe College, 1972. 

Linda Sue Krell, of Denver, Colo., B. S. Michigan State 
University, 1971. 

Brian Kushner, of Tenafly, N.J., B. A. Harvard College, 
1972. 

Robert Michael Lavery, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B.S. University 
of Notre Dame, 1972. 

Henry Levine, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. S. Union College 
1972. 

James Bryant Lewis, Jr., of Kosciusko, Miss., B. A. Missis- 
sippi College, 1972. 

Philip Gaylord Lewis, of Washington, D. C, B. S. Penn- 
sylvania Military College, 1972. 

Marc Frank Lieberman, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Reed Col- 
lege, 1970. 

Robert Leslie Lindenberg, of Fort Lee, N. J., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin (Madison) , 1972. 

Randall Reeder Long, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Duke Uni- 
versity, 1970; Ph. D. Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 

Justine Susko Manis, of Huntsville, Ala., B. S. University 
of Alabama, 1972. 

Peter Michael Manis, of Sands Point, N. Y., B. A. Boston 
University, 1972. 

Neil F. Martin, of Chevy Chase, Md., B. A. Harvard Col- 
lege, 1972. 

Raymond Shirley Martin III, of Jackson, Miss., B. A. 
Vanderbilt University, 1972. 

Noel Emanuel McCall, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. Lincoln 
University, 1972. 

Thomas Ray Moench, of Racine, Wis., B. A. St. Olaf Col- 
lege, 1972. 

John Michael Nicklas, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. Sc. Brown 
University, 1972. 

Nancy Jean Ouimet, of Waterbury, Conn., B. A. Con- 
necticut College, 1972. 

Thomas Arthur Pearson, of Wautoma, Wis., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 



Edward Vincent Platia, of Easton, Pa., B. S. Lafayette Col- 
lege, 1972. 

Clydette Linda Powell, of Norfolk, Va., B. S. Old Domin- 
ion College, 1972. 

Patricia Luise Haber Quinn, of Scarsdale, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1972. 

Jorge Luis Cortes Quinones, of Camden, N. J., B. A. Rut- 
gers University (Camden), 1972. 

Anne Marie Raunio, of Moscow, Id., B. A. Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1972. 

Gary David Rechnitz, of Lakewood, Col., B. A. University 
of Colorado, 1972. 

Charles Edwin Riggs, Jr., of West Palm Beach, Fla., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 

Ingram Mark Roberts, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1972. 

Jeffrey Cormac Roche, of Williston Park, N. Y., B. S. Bos- 
ton College, 1972; M.S., 1972. 

Raymond Fred Rosenthal, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Brook- 
lyn College, 1970. 

Stephen Paul Sand, of Silver Spring, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 

Michael Gregory Sarr, of Clifton Springs, N. Y., B. A. 
Colgate University, 1972. 

Tom Andrew Sayvetz, of Kingston, N. Y., B. A. Cornell 
University, 1972. 

Robert Jay Schneider, of St. Louis, Mo., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1973. 

Steven Jay Schneider of New York, N. Y., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

Marc Ira Schwartz, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Franklin and 
Marshall College, 1972. 

Richard Harbison Schwartz, of St. Louis, Mo., B. A. 
Princeton University, 1968. 

Perry Roy Segal, of Flushing, N. Y., B. A. State Uni- 
versity of New York (Binghamton) , 1972. 

Edward Paul Shapiro, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Alexander Duncan Shepard, of Atlanta, Ga., B. A. Yale 
University, 1972. 

Steven Alan Silber, of Chevy Chase, Md., B. A. New York 
University, 1972. 

Dale McClure Simpson, of Memphis, Tenn., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1970. 

Keith Mitchell Skubitz, of Mt. Vision, N. Y., B. A. Cornell 
University, 1972. 

David John Snyder, of Averill Park, N. Y., B. S. Villanova 
University, 1972. 

Harvey Andrew Snyder, of Belle Harbor, N. Y., B. A. 
Franklin and Marshall College, 1972. 



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Jeffrey Victor Stein, of Roslyn, N. Y., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1973. 

Donald Louis St. Germain, of Baton Rouge, La., B. S. 
Louisiana State University, 1972. 

Martha Graham Stoddard, of Sumter, S. C, B. A. Fur- 
man University, 1972. 

Walter Gerard Sullivan, of Howard Beach, N. Y., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 

Patricia Ann Takeda, of Los Angeles, Cal., B. S. University 
of California (Los Angeles), 1972. 

Robert Taylor, of Birmingham, Ala., B. S. Howard Uni- 
versity, 1970. 

Brian Gregory Terry, of Long Beach, Cal., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. 

William Edward Triest, Jr., of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., B. A. 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 

N. Fletcher Turner III, of Pennington, N. J., B. A. Rut- 
gers University, 1971. 

Robert Eugene Zierler, of 
Hopkins University, 1973. 



Patrick Allen Turnes, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. University 
of Maryland, 1972. 

Rebecca W. Van Dyke, of Corvallis, Ore., B. S. University 
of Michigan, 1971. 

Andrew Van Tosh, of Jericho, N. Y., B. A. Johns Hopkins 
University, 1972. 

Fred Martin Weinblatt, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1972. 

Michael David Weiss, of Jacksonville, Fla., B. A. Emory 
University, 1972. 

Peter John Whitehouse, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Brown 
University, 1971. 

Welby I. Winstead, of Louisville, Ky., B. S. Northwestern 
University, 1972. 

John Stone Wolfson, of Portland, Me., B. A. Harvard Col- 
lege, 1968. 

Terry Ann Zheutlin, of Battle Creek, Mich., B.A. Wellesley 
College, 1972. 

Baltimore, Md., B. A. Johns 



DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

in The Faculty of Medicine 



John Eric Bubbers, of Huntington, N. Y., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1973. Microbiology. 

Immune 7 '-Lymphocytes: An Analysis of Requirements 
for Cytolytic Expression. 

Drew Emil Carlson, of Maplewood, N. J., B. S. Cornell 
University, 1970. Biomedical Engineering. 

The Interaction Between Renal Blood Flow Auto- 
regulation & Renal Nerve Stimulation: The Role 
of Angiotensin, Prostaglandins & Intrarenal Hemo- 
dynamics. 

Charles Dana Goodwin, of Hollis, N. H., B. S. University 
of New Hampshire, 1970. Physiological Chemistry. 
In Vitro Modulation of Hepatic Cholesterol Synthesis 
and the Activity of 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl Coen- 
zyme A Reductase. 

Larry Mark Gordon, of San Diego, Cal., B. S. San Diego 
State College, 1970. Biophysics. 

The Low Resolution (6 A) Crystal Structure of Fab 
Hil: A Myeloma Immunoglobulin Fragment. 



Mary Bernadette Kennedy, of South Bend, Ind., B. S. St. 
Mary's College, 1969. Physiological Chemistry. 
Studies on the Extracellular Lipase and a Possible Mem- 
brane-Bound Precursor in "Bacillus subtilis." 

David Paul Kostiuk, of Montreal, Quebec, Can., B. Sc. Uni- 
versity of Manitoba, 1969; M. Sc, 1970. Biomedical En- 
gineering. 

The Carotid Sinus Reflex Control of Cardiac Function. 

Harry LeVine III, of Rockville, Md., B. S. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1971. Physiological Chemistry. 

The Role of Metal Ions in Affecting Structure and 
Function in the Alkaline Phosphatase from E. coli. 

Samuel Victor Lichtenstein, of Toronto, Ontario, Can., 
B. S. University of Toronto, 1970. Biomedical Engi- 
neering. 

The Peripheral Vascular Effects of Ouabain. 

Pauline M. H. Mazumdar, of London, Eng., M. B., B. S. 
Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine (University of 
London), 1958; M. Tech. Brunei University, 1972. His- 
tory of Medicine. 
Karl Landsteiner and the Problem of Species 1838-1968. 



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Paul Anthony Mied, of Kingsville, Md., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1971. Physiological Chemistry. 

Factors Controlling the Activity of H. diminuta 
Glycogen Synthase. 



Frank Lambert Rice, of Whiting, N. J., B. S. Lebanon 
Valley College, 1969. Anatomy. 

The Development of the Primary Somatosensory Cor- 
tex in the Mouse: 1) A Nissl Study of the Ontogenesis 
of the Barrels and the Barrel Field, 2) A Quantitative 
Autoradiographic Study of the Time of Origin and 
Pattern of Migration of Neuroblasts in Area SI. 

Leon Aram Saryan, of Rockford, Mich., B. A. Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1970. Physiological Chemistry. 

An Investigation of the State of Water in Normal and 
Neoplastic Tissues. 



DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences 



Marc Daniel Alexander, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. Uni- 
versity of California, Santa Cruz, 1972; M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. History. 

The Administration of Madness and Attitudes toward 
the Insane in Nineteenth-Century Paris. 
Ifzal Ali, of Shillong, Assam, B. A. University of Delhi, 
1968; M. A. Delhi School of Economics, 1970; M. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Political Economy. 
Comparative Advantage and Trade Policy in a General 
Equilibrium Framework: A Case Study of India. 
Syed Firasat Ali, of Karachi, Pakistan, B. E. N. E. D. 
Government Engineering College, Karachi, Pakistan, 1965; 
Master of Applied Sci. University of Windsor, 1969. 
Mechanics and Materials Science. 

Structure of the Turbulence in the Plane Wake Behind 
a Heated Flat Plate. 
Asis Kumar Bandyopadhyay, of Calcutta, India, B. A. 
Calcutta University, 1966; M. A., 1969. Political Econ- 
omy. 

Three Essays on the Theory of Economic Growth. 
John Edmund Barnes, of Richmond, Calif., B. A. Univer- 
sity of California, Riverside, 1969. Biology. 

The Purification and Properties of the Coupling Factor 
(F 1 ) of Oxidative Phosphorylation Isolated as a 
Native Enzyme. 
Alan Joseph Bass, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Brandeis Uni- 
versity, 1970. Humanities Center. 

Writing and Difference: A Translation of Eight Essays 
from L'ecriture et la difference by Jacques Derrida, 
with Introduction and Additional Notes. 
James Daniel Bean III, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of South Carolina, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1971. German. 

The Literary Criticism of Friedrich Schulz. 



Ronald Michael Benincasa, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. S. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969. Mathe- 
matics. 

The 2 lk Singularities in the Neighborhood of a Stable 
2 2 ' Singularity. 

Albert Duryea Blissert, of Glendale, Calif., M. A. Occi- 
dental College, 1971; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1974. English. 

The Function of Play and Possession in the Works of 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

Alan Fred Blumberg, of Curundu, Canal Zone, B. S. Fair- 
leigh Dickinson University, 1970; M. A. The Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1973. Earth and Planetary Sciences. 
A Numerical Investigation into the Dynamics of Estua- 
rine Circulation. 

Lloyd Bond, of Brownsville, Tenn., B. A. Hillsdale College, 
1964. Psychology. 
A Class Model of Perceived Color Relations: A Multi- 
dimensional Scaling Analysis. 

David Wayne Boxer, of Kingston, Jamaica, B. A. Cornell 
University, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1973. History of Art. 

The Early Work of Francis Bacon. 

Bruce Robert Branchini, of West Haven, Conn., M. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Chemistry. 
Inhibition of Enzymes of Substrate Analogs. 

Duane Danforth Braun, of Sherman, N. Y., B. S. State 
University of New York at Fredonia, 1970; M. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1971. Geography. 

The Relation of Rock Resistance to Incised Meander 
Form in the Appalachian Valley and Ridge Province. 



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Eves John Breaux, of New Orleans, La., B. S. Louisiana 
State University, 1968; M.S. San Diego State College, 
1971. Chemistry. 
A Search for Chemically Produced Electronically Ex- 
cited States in Dark Biological Processes: On the 
Formation of Lumisantonin in Artemisia kurra- 
mensis. 

Philip Joseph Brenner, of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Columbia 
University, 1966. Political Science. 

An Examination of Conflict in the U. S. House of 
Representatives. 

Billy Joe Brown, of Darlington, Md., B. A. University of 
Maryland, 1967; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1971. Education. 
Limits on Vertical Span of Control in the Adminis- 
trative Component of Local Public School Districts: 
A Study in Organizational Complexity. 

Paul Bugg, of Washington, D. C, B. A. University of 
Colorado, 1966. Geography. 

First-Cost Bias: Economics, Institutions, Energy Hus- 
bandry. 

Robert Codner Carlson, of Red Bank, N. J., B.Mech.Engr. 
Cornell University, 1962; M. S. E. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1963. Mathematical Sciences. 

Capacity Constrained Optimal Production Scheduling. 

Kathleen Anne Carroll, of Cleveland, Ohio, B. A. Cleve- 
land State University, 1972. Geography. 

Property Rights and Economic Efficiency in Bureau- 
cracy: A Model of Interagency Exchange. 

Lawrence Joseph Cavaiola, of Shrewsbury, N. J., B. S. 
United States Naval Academy, 1969; M. S. E. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. Mathematical Sciences. 
A Unified Approach to Patient Classification and Nurse 
Staffing for Long-Term Care Facilities. 

Joseph Francis Chorpenning, of Highspire, Pa., B. A. Allen- 
town College, 1973; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1975. Romance Languages. 
A Critical Edition and Study of Juan Enriquez Carta- 
gena's Thesoro de varias poesias espirituales. 
James Louis Christmann, of Yuma, Ariz., B. S. Arizona 
State University, 1968; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1969. Biology. 

Characterization of Hen Vitellogenin: Partial Hom- 
ology with Yolk Protein Phosvitins. 

Robert Maurice Collins, of Kearny, N. J., B. A. Jersey City 
State College, 1967; M. A. Teachers College, Columbia 
University, 1968. History. 

Business Responses to Keynesian Economics, 1929-1964: 
An Analysis of the Process by which the Modern 
American Political Economy was Defined. 

Martha Ann Cook, of Charlottesville, Va., B. S. University 
of Virginia, 1971. Social Relations. 

Methodological Decisions and Substantive Ramifica- 
tions: An Investigation of the Antecendents of Ado- 
lescent Educational Expectations. 



Alexander Brinton Cooper III, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1961; M. S. E. E. Drexel 
Institute of Technology, 1966. Electrical Engineering. 
Iterated Codes with Improved Performance. 

Christopher Thurman Cordle, of Columbus, Ohio, B. S. 
Otterbein College, 1969. Biology. 
Segmental Flexibility in Two Isotypes of Guinea Pig 
Antibody: Characterization, Comparison and Func- 
tional Significance. 

Robert Irving Cottom, Jr., of Shillington, Pa., B. A. 
Lafayette College, 1968; M A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1972. History. 

To Be among the First: The Early Career of James A. 
Garfield, 1831-1868. 

Linda Jane Coverdale, of Brookville, N. Y., B. A. Pembroke 
College, 1968; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1971. 
Romance Languages. 

Les Romans d'Albertine: une interpretation de A la 
Recherche du temps perdu. 

Carl Eugene Creutz, of Pittsburgh, Pa., B. S. Stanford 
University, 1969; M. S. University of Wisconsin, 1970. 
Biophysics. 

Adrenal Medullary Myosin I. Isolation and Charac- 
terization of Myosin and Actin from the Bovine 
Adrenal Medulla; II. Localization by Immuno- 
fluorescence of Myosin in the Adrenal Medulla and 
Several Other Bovine Tissues. 

Brian Laird Crissey, of Bloomington, 111., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. Mathematical Sciences. 
A Rational Framework for the Use of Computer Simu- 
lation Models in a Policy Context. 

Jean Marie D'Amato, of Boston, Mass., B. A. Tufts Uni- 
versity, 1967. Classics. 

Prolegomena to a Critical Edition of the Illustrated 
Medieval Poem, De Balneis Terre Laboris, by Peter 
of Eboli (Petrus de Eboli) . 

Samuel Danon, of Portland, Oreg., B. A. Brandeis Univer- 
sity, 1958; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 
Romance Languages. 

Guillevic, An Introduction, A Translation. 

Ester Maria Gimbernat de Gonzalez, of San Juan, Argen- 
tina, M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Ro- 
mance Languages. 

Paradiso: aventura sigilosa de un sistema poetico. 

Jaime Alvares Pereira de Melo, of Pau, France, B. A. 
Syracuse University, 1968; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1970. Political Economy. 

A Multi-Sector, Price-Endogenous Trade Model Ap- 
plied to Colombia. 

Michael Detlefsen, of Scottsbluff, Nebr., B. A. Wheaton 
College, 1971. Philosophy. 

The Importance of Godel's Second Incompleteness 
Theorem for the Foundations of Mathematics. 



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Gale Deborah Downey, of Broomall, Pa., B. S. Wheaton 
College, 1971; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Chemistry. 

Ear-Infrared Chemical Water Lasers. 
Jeffrey Mark Di ban. of Lowell. Mass., B. A. Brown Uni- 
versity, 1971; M.A., 1971; M. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1974. Classics. 

Epic Prooemium: A Study of the Design and Purpose 
of Hesiod's Theogony. 
Brett Irving Dunlap, of Oakland, Calif., B. A. University 
of Iowa, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1971. 
Physics. 

Pseudo-Coulomb Wavefunclions in Molecular Physics 
with Applications to H*+ and H 2 . 

James Hamilton Easter, Jr., of Highland, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. Biology. 

A Nanosecond Glimpse at Fluorescence Probes Bound 
to Model Membranes. 
Ron Carter Estler, of Orange, N. J., B. A. Drew Univer- 
sity, 1972; M.A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Chemistry. 

Electron Impact Excitation of Molecular Nitrogen: 
High Energy-Resolution Studies of Electron Impact 
Optical Excitation Functions of the First Positive 
System. 
Scott Lauren Feld, of New York, N. Y., Social Relations. 
The Rationality of Efforts and Expectations: A Panel 
Study of College Freshman. 
Charles Thomas Foster, Jr., of Santa Maria, Calif., B. A. 
University of California, Santa Barbara, 1971; M.A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Earth and Planetary 
Sciences. 
Diffusion Controlled Growth of Metamorphic Segrega- 
tions in Sillimanite Grade Pelitic Rocks near Range- 
ley, Maine, U. S. A. 

Fred Harrison Gage III, of Portsmouth, Va., B. S. Univer- 
sity of Florida, 1972; M.A. The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1975. Psychology. 

A Mutivariate Analysis of Social Dominance in Rats. 

Geoffrey Neal Gilbert, of Concord, N. H., B. A. Dart- 
mouth College, 1970. Political Economy. 

Baltimore's Flour Trade to the Carribean, 1750-1815. 

Scott Frederick Gilbert, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Wes- 
leyan University, 1971; M.A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1975. Biology. 

Selection for and Properties of Differentiated Renal 
Cells in Vitro. 

David Stanley Goldstein, of Livingston, N.J., B. A. Yale 
University, 1970. Psychology. 

Instrumental Cardiovascular Conditioning. 

Gary Don Gottfredson, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Univer- 
sity of California, Berkeley, 1969; M.A. The Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1975. Psychology. 

Using a Psychological Classification of Occupations to 
Describe Work, Careers, and Cultural Change. 



Rebecca Price Gowen, of New Hartford, Conn., B. A. 
Mount Holyoke College, 1971; M.A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1972. History of Art. 

The Shrine of the Virgin in Tournai: Its Restoration 
and State-of-Conservation. 
Ellen H. Grober, of Hillside, N. J., B. A. Temple Uni- 
versity, 1969; M.A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1975. 
Psychology. 

Polysemy: Its Implications for Psychological Models of 
Meaning. 
John Joseph Guzzardo, of San Jose, Calif., B. A. University 
of California, Santa Cruz, 1972; M. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1975. Romance Languages. 

Christian Medieval Number Symbolism and Dante. 

Leslie King Hammond, of Hollis, N. Y., B. A. Queen's Col- 
lege, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
History of Art. 

The Life and Works of William Henry Johnson, 1901- 
70. 
Betty Bosell Hardee, of Fayetteville, N. C, B. A. Duke 
University, 1970. Psychology. 

Interpersonal Distance, Eye Contact, and Stigmatiza- 
tion: A Test of the Equilibrium Model. 

Ann Harper, of Lexington, N. C, B. A. Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College, 1964. Political Economy. 

The Location of the United States Steel Industry, 
1879-1919. 

Thurman Russell Harper, of Annapolis, Md., B. S. E. E. 
Drexel Institute of Technology, 1972. Electrical Engi- 
neering. 

The Structure of Factorable Volterra Systems. 

Charles Eldridge Hatch III, of Yorktown, Va., B. S. Old 
Dominion College, 1971; M.A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1973. Chemistry. 
Model Studies for the Photochemical Syntheses of 6- 
Aza Penicillin and 7-Aza Cephalosporin Isomers. 

Harry Morton Hersh, of Saco, Maine, B. S. E. E. North- 
eastern University, 1970; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1975. Psychology. 

Fuzzy Reasoning: The Integration of Vague Informa- 
tion. 

Joan Florence Higbee, of Washington, D. C, B. A. George 
Washington University, 1967; M.A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1975. Romance Languages. 

Aspects of Negritude: The Guiana of Leon Gontran 
Damas. 

Victor Bruce Hirshauer, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Loyola 
College, 1965; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1968. 
History. 

The History of the Army Reserve Officers' Training 
Corps, 1916-1973. 

Joaquin Andres Hoffer, of Montevideo, Uruguay, B. S. 
Harvey Mudd College, 1970. Biophysics. 

Long-term Peripheral Nerve Activity during Behavior 
in the Rabbit: the Control of Locomotion 



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Joan Elizabeth Holmes-Glick, of El Paso, Texas, B. A. 
University of Kansas, 1967; M. A. Indiana University, 
1969. German. 

The Portrayal of Tragic Conflicts in the Drama of the 
German Democratic Republic. 

Mark Hedrich Houck, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Environmental Engi- 
neering. 
Explicit Stochastic Linear Programming Models for 
Comprehensive River Basin Planning. 

Clinton Nelson Howard, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. 
University of Oxford, 1965; M. A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1968. History. 

The Justices of the Peace and County Government: 
Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and the West 
Riding, 1730-95. 

Akinbolaji Oluwole Iwayemi, of Ibadan, Nigeria, B. S. 
University of Ibadan, 1969. Political Economy. 

Investment Resource Allocation in the Electric Power 
Supply Industry in Nigeria. 

Robert Joseph Kassel Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972; M. S. E., 1973. Elec- 
trical Engineering. 

Computer-produced Faces as an Iconic Display for 
Complex Data. 

Luis Antonio Jimenez, of Jamaica, N. Y., B. A. High Point 
College, 1967; M. A. University of North Carolina, 1969; 
M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1971. Romance 
Languages. 

Literatura y sociedad en la narrativa de Manuel Gdlvez. 

Hugh Edward Jones, of Palmerton, Pa., B. A. Lehigh Uni- 
versity, 1961; M. A. Duke University, 1962. Political 
Science. 

The Defeat of the Nomination of Abe Fortas as Chief 
Justice of the United States: A Case Study in Judicial 
Politics. 

Gabriel Martial Busheija Kariisa, of Nyabugando, Ugan- 
da, B. S. Makerere University, Kampala, 1970; M. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Political Economy. 

The Process of Monetization: A Case Study of Kenya, 
1922-1972. 

Nancy Lynne Karweit, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Salem 
College, 1962; M. L. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1968. Social Relations. 
Student Friendship Networks as a Resource Within 
Schools. 

Tetsuro Kawasaki, of Tokyo, Japan, B. S. University of 
Tokyo, 1971; M.S., 1973. Mathematics. 
An Analytic Lefschetz Fixed Point Formula and its 
Application to V-Manifolds: General Defect Formula 
and Hirzenbruch Signature Theorem. 



Marjorie Joan Sondheim Kelk, of Kingston, Pa., B. A. 
Wellesley College, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1973. Romance Languages. 

The Social and Psychological Significance of Palaz- 
zeschi's Opere giovanili." 

Geoffrey Ivan Kelso, of Melbourne, Australia, B. Com. 
University of Melbourne, 1967. Social Relations. 

Explorations of the Developmental Antecedents of 
Holland's Occupational Types. 

Romey Thomas Keys, of Lanham, Md., M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. English. 

Psychology of Character in Thomas Hardy and D. H. 
Lawrence. 
Jeffrey Coleman Kitchen, Jr., of Potomac, Md., B. A. St. 
John's College, 1971. Mathematical Sciences. 
On a Class of Investment Games. 

William Irwin Kitchin, of Wake Forest, N. C, B.A. 
Tulane University, 1967; M. A. University of Virginia, 
1969. Political Science. 

The Role of the United States District Judge. 

Carol Kaushagen Klukas, of Buffalo, N. Y., B. A. Witten- 
berg University, 1971. Biology. 
Mitochondrial Ribosomal RNA and Mitochondrial 
DNA of Drosophila melanogaster: Characterization 
and Mapping. 

James L. Koury, of Garden Grove, Calif., B. A. California 
State College at Long Beach, 1969: M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. Philosophy. 

The Question of the Justifiability of Aristotle's Ni- 
comachean Doctrine of Eudaimonia. 

Linda Jo Reha Krantz, of Tacoma, Wash., B. S. University 
of Washington, 1971. Biology. 

The T4 Polymerase Proofreading Function: In Vitro 
and In Vivo Studies. 
Guy Rodolphe LeCavalier, of Lachine, Canada, B. A. Uni- 
versity of Montreal, 1959; M.A., 1964. Social Relations. 
The Impact of Television on a Politician's and Party's 
Image: A Study of Propaganda in a Non-Electoral 
Period. 

Sergio Pereira Leite, of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, B. S. E. 
Pontificia Universidade Catolica Do, Brazil, 1968; M. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Political Economy. 
On the Confidence Effect of International Reserves. 

Carole LeVanda, of North Babylon, N. Y., B. A. Wheaton 
College, 1970. Chemistry. 

The Effect of Structure on the Properties of Substituted 
and Bridged Mixed Valence Biferrocenes and Ferro- 
cenophanes. 
I-Hung Li, of Hangchow, Republic of China, B. S. Fujen 
Catholic University, 1970. Mathematics. 

Forms in Many Variables with Coefficients in Function 
Field. 



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Alicia Fridman Lieberman, of Asuncion, Paraguay, B. A. 
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1971; M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1975. Psychology. 

The Social Competence of Preschool Children: Its 
Relations to Quality of Attachment and to Amount 
of Exposure to Peers in Different Preschool Settings. 

An-Kuo Liu, of Taipei, Taiwan, B. S. Taiwan Provincial 
Chung-Hsing University, 1970. Mechanics and Materials 
Science. 

Viscous Effects in Water Waves. 

Gary Lee Loomis, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. Chemistry. 

Studies on Synthesis of Decalin and Hydroazulene 
Sesquiterpenes. 

David Edwin Lowe, of Savannah, Ga., B. A. Brandeis Uni- 
versity, 1972; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. 
Political Science. 

The Impossible Task: Organizational Innovation, Con- 
gressional Reform, and the Boiling Committee. 

Alison Luchs, of Washington, D. C, B. A. Vassar College, 
1970; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1972. His- 
tory of Art. 

Cestcllo: A Cistercian Church of the Florentine Ren- 
naissance. 

Joan Katherine Lunney, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. S. Chest- 
nut Hill College, 1968. Biology. 
Studies on the Regulation of Serum Glycoprotein 
Homeostasis. 

Arthur James Lyons, of New York, N. Y., B. A. Manhattan 
College, 1964; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1968. 
History. 

The Capetian Conquest of Anjou. 

Susan Rita Perschetz Machala, of New York., N. Y., B. A. 

State University of New York, Buffalo, 1970; M. A. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Humanities Center. 

The Convergence of Autobiography and Fiction in the 

Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: Thomas 

Hardy, Stendhal, and Italo Svevo. 

Joseph Henry Makurath, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. 
Temple University, 1970; M.A., 1972. Earth and Plan- 
etary Sciences. 

The Sedimentology and Paleoecology of the Keyser 
Limestone (Silurian-Devonian) of the Central Ap- 
palachians. 

Charles Henry McComas III, of Bel Air, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1972; M. A., 1973. Earth and 
Planetary Sciences. 

Nonlinear Interaction of Internal Gravity Waves. 

Peter Vincent McGinn, of West Hempstead, N. Y., B. A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1970; M. A., 1975; M.S. 
Pennsylvania State University, 1971. Psychology. 

An Evaluation of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as 
a Tool for Understanding the Personality and Be- 
havior of Talented Adolescents. 



Thoyd Melton, of Rich Square, N. C, B. S. North Carolina 
Central University, 1970. Biology. 

Chemoreccptors and Chemotaxis in Salmonella Typhi- 
murium. 

Jane Ann Kranzler Meyer, of Alexandria, Va., B.A. Elmira 
College, 1964. International Studies. 

The Foreign Policies of Consolidated States: Great 
Britain and France in the Eighteenth Century. 

Jeffrey Dominico Miano, of Orlando, Fla., B. A. Vander- 
bilt University, 1971; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1973. Chemistry. 

On the Mechanism of Firefly Luciferin Luminescence. 

William Harold Millerd, Jr., of Washington, D. C, B. A. 
Fordham University, 1959. Physics. 

Nuclear Goldberger-Treiman Relations and Meson-Nu- 
cleus Form Factors. 

Glenn Odis Morrell, Jr., of Bristol, Va., B. A. Vanderbilt 
University, 1970. Chemistry. 

Variational Calculations icith Hyperspherical Basis 
Sets on Atomic Helium and Lithium. 

Joseph Vincent Nardiello, of Buffalo, N. Y., B. A. Trinity 
College, 1962; M. A. Middlebury College, 1963. Romance 
Languages. 
Federico Delia Valle: An Introduction to His Tragedies. 

Ruth Esther Narot, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Goucher 
College, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Social Relations. 

The Effects of Institutional Characteristics on the 
Racial Climate in 194 Southern Desegregated High 
Schools. 

Jeanne Bell Nicholson, of Lanham, Md., B. A. University 
of Maryland, 1966; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 
1969. Political Science. 

Perceptions of Organizational Goals and Effectiveness: 
A Study of Four Metropolitan Washington Women's 
Commissions. 

James Patrick O'Leary, of Berkeley, Calif., B. S. F. S. 
Georgetown University, 1970. International Studies. 
Systems Theory and Regional Integration: The Market 
Model of International Politics. 

Louis Antoine Olivier, Jr., of Brooklyn, N. Y., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Utah, 1962; M. A., 1963. Romance Languages. 
Curieux, Amateurs and Connoisseurs: Laymen and the 
Fine Arts in the Ancien Regime. 

William Brechner Owens, of Middletown, Ohio, B. S. E. 
University of Michigan, 1968. Earth and Planetary Sci- 
ences. 

A Numerical Study of Mid-Ocean Mesoscale Eddies. 

Paul Frederick Paskoff, of Bayside, N. Y., B. A. State Uni- 
versity College, New Paltz, N. Y., 1970; M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. History. 

Colonial Merchant-Manufacturers and Iron: A Study 
in Capital Transformation, 1725-1775. 



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Jeffrey Samuel Passel, of Cambridge, Mass., B. S. Mas- 
sachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969. Social Relations. 
Population Projections Utilizing Age-Specific and Age- 
Parity-Specific Birth Rates Predicted with Time Series 
Models: Projections with Confidence Limits. 

Valerie Ann Petit, of New Orleans, La., B. S. Xavier Uni- 
versity of Louisiana, 1970. Biology. 

Studies on Membrane Structure in Heterokarons. 

Kenneth Walter Potter, of New Orleans, La., B. S. Louisi- 
ana State University, 1968. Geography. 

A Stochastic Model of the Hurst Phenomenon: Non- 
stationarity in Hydrologic Processes. 

David Connell Rankin, of Santa Rosa, Calif., B. A. Uni- 
versity of California, Santa Barbara, 1967; M. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1969. History. 

The Forgotten People: Free People of Color in New 
Orleans, 1850-1870. 

Peter Griffith Robertson, of Boston, Mass., B. S. C. E. 
Tufts University, 1964. Environmental Engineering. 
Oxygen Transfer Limitation in Submerged Aerobic 
Fermentation Systems. 

John Gerard Romanski, of Baltimore, Md., B. E. S. The 

Johns Hopkins University, 1972. Electrical Engineering. 

The Application of Doubly Stochastic Poisson Process 

Estimation Techniques to Optical Communication 

through Log-Normal Fading Channels. 

James Maurice Rubenstein, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1970. Geography. 

The Appropriateness of New Towns in National Urban 
Growth Policy with Particular Reference to the 
French Experience 

David Ellsworth Sanford, of Walpole, Mass., B. A. Wes- 
leyan University, 1957; M. A. University of California, 
Berkeley, 1960. Education. 

Inspiration in the Creative Process and Meditation. 

Beatrice Eleanore Mary Sarlos, of Baltimore, Md., M. A. 
Loyola College, 1968. Education. 

David Hume's Notion of Habit and Its Relation to 
his Thoughts on Education. 

Patricia Ann Payne Scheible, of Elizabethton, Tenn., B. S. 
University of Tennessee, 1969. Biology. 

Studies on the Structure of the Bacteriophage T5 
Chromosome. 

David August Schilling, of Camden, N. J., B. S. Miami 
University, 1972. Environmental Engineering. 

Multiobjective and Temporal Considerations in Public 
Facility Location. 

Judith Diane Schlesinger, of New York, N. Y., B. S. Brook- 
lyn College, 1967; M.S. Ohio State University, 1969. 
Electrical Engineering. 

A Demonstration of the Feasibility of Using English 
as a Programming Language. 



Jose Julio de Almeida Senna, of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 
Diploma: Mech. Industrial Engr. Federal University of 
the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1968; M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1973. Political Economy. 

Schooling, Job Experience and Earnings in Brazil. 

James John Sherry, of Orange, Calif., B. A. University of 
California, Riverside, 1969; M.A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1972. English. 

The Limits of Detachment and Involvement: A Dia- 
lectical Reading of Jane Austen's Novels. 
Dale Hodges Silviria, of Los Angeles, Calif., B. A. Uni- 
versity of California, Los Angeles, 1972; M. A. The Johns 
Hopkins University, 1974. English. 
Shakespeare and the Virtuous Ideal. 

Dale McClure Simpson, of Memphis, Tenn., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970. Psychology. 

Behavioral Effects of Repeated Psychoactive Drug Ad- 
ministration. 

Abraham Singer, of Silver Spring, Md., B. E. E. City Col- 
lege of New York, 1961; M.S. University of Maryland, 
1970. Electrical Engineering. 
Microwave Diagnostics of Shock-heated Plasma and 
Some Applications. 

Dale Stephen Sinos, of Astoria, N. Y., B. A. Hunter Col- 
lege, 1968; M.A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1972. 
Classics. 

The Entry of Achilles into Greek Epic. 

Robert Edward Slavin, of Bethesda, Md., B. A. Reed Col- 
lege, 1972. Social Relations. 

Classroom Reward Structure: Effects on Academic Per- 
formance and Social Growth. 

Malcolm Mitchell Smith, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. The 
Johns Hopkins University, 1970. Biology. 

Transcription in Vitro of Immunoglobulin Kappa 
Light Chain Genes in Isolated Mouse Myeloma 
Nuclei and Chromatin. 

Ana Maria Snell, of Santander, Spain, Certificate Uni- 
versity of Madrid, Spain, 1955; M.A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1972. Romance Languages. 

Accion simbolica en la poesia de Quevedo: Sonetos y 
letrillas a la luz de la linguistica. 

Poonsa-nga Somboonpanya, of Prachinburi Province, Thai- 
land, B. E. Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 1970; 
M.A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Political 
Economy. 

Identification and Estimation of Linear Dynamic Eco- 
nomic Models with Temporally Autocorrelated Dis- 
turbances. 

Gerald Maurice Stancil, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Morgan 
State College, 1963. Chemistry. 

The Adsorption and H .^-Reduction of Nitric Oxide 
on Masnesium Oxide. 



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Ralph Howard Stern, of Cleveland, Ohio, B. S. Michigan 
State University, 1968; M.A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1973. Biology. 

Biochemical Genetics of Mouse Carbonic Anhydrases 
and Hemoglobins. 

David Charles Stromswold, of Washington, D. C, B. S. 
Richmond College, 1967; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1974. Physics. 

Linear Polarization Measurements on Gamma Rays 
from ™°Pd, ™ 2 Pd, ™*Pd, and ^Pd. 

Peter Michael Sullivan, of Bayonne, N. J., B. S. St. Peter's 
College, 1960; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1966. 
German. 

The German Lord's Prayer Commentary in the Late 
Middle Ages: Tradition and Originality. 

Michael Scott Swafford, of McFarland, Calif., B. A. Pasa- 
dena College, 1969. Social Relations. 

The Perception of Occupations Among Elementary 
School Children. 

Ete Zoltan Szuts, of Baltimore, Md., B. S. Houghton Col- 
lege, 1965; M.A. Columbia University, 1967. Biophysics. 
Ca Content of the Frog Rod Outer Segment: Effects 
of Light and Hypotonic Lysis. 

Wendy Emery Takacs, of Columbia, Md., B. A. Douglas 
College, 1969; M. A. The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. 
Political Economy. 

Quantitative Restrictions on International Trade. 

Maria Isabel Tamargo, of Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, B. A. 
Inter American University of Puerto Rico, 1971; M.A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1973. Romance Lan- 
guages. 

El discurso de Adolfo Bioy Casares como produccion: 
narrador, personajes, trama y lector. 

Lloyd Vernon Temme, of Evansville, Ind., B.A. Indiana 
University, 1970. Social Relations. 

Occupational Achievement: Meanings and Measures. 

Albert Mack Teplin, of Milwaukee, Wis., B. S. University 
of Wisconsin, 1967. Political Economy. 

Fiscal Incentives to Residential Location: Baltimore 
City and Baltimore County. 



Raymond Richard Tice, of Bridgeport, Conn., B. A. Uni- 
versity of California, San Diego, 1969; M. S. San Diego 
State College, 1972. Biology. 

Bromodeoxyuridine-Differential Staining of Mammal- 
ian Chromosomes. I. Examination of Cellular Kine- 
tics. II. Investigations into the Nature of Sister 
Chromatid Exchanges. 

Brian Humphrey Tracy, of Satellite Beach, Fla., B. A. 
Tufts University, 1968. Political Science. 
Bargaining Models and Base Negotiations. 

Thomas Michael Trischmann, of Chicago, 111., B. S. Pur- 
due University, 1969. Biology. 

The Structural Basis for the Heterogeneity of Anti- 
Dinitrophenyl Antibodies Raised in Inbred Strains 
of Guinea Pigs. 

Robin Tsai, of Taiwan, Republic of China, B. S. Victoria 
University of Wellington, New Zealand, 1970; M.A. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 1972; M. S. E. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1975. Mathematical Sciences. 

A Planning Model for the Allocation of Health Service 
Resources for Long Term Care Patient. 

Takashi Tsushima, of Tokyo, Japan, LL. B. Waseda Uni- 
versity, Japan, 1958; M. A. Rutgers University, 1964. 
Political Economy. 

A Simple Monetary Growth Model with a Govern- 
ment Budget Constraint. 

Mary Joyce Cowan Viernstein, of Philadelphia, Pa., B. A. 
Rutgers University, 1959; M. A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1963; M.Ed., 1971; M. A., 1975. Psychology. 
Origence, Intellectence, and Interpersonal Effectiveness 
as Determinants of Humanistic Precocity. 

Craig Beale Waff, of Flushing, N. Y., B. S. University of 
Florida, 1969. History of Science. 

Universal Gravitation and the Motion of the Moon's 
Apogee: The Establishment and Reception of 
Newton's Inverse-Square Law, 1687-1749. 

Carolyn Adams Watts, of Olympia, Wash., B. A. Uni- 
versity of Washington, 1971; M.A. The Johns Hopkins 
University, 1974. Political Economy. 

A Managerial Discretion Model for Hospitals. 

Melvin Roscoe Williams, of Baltimore, Md., B. A. North 
Carolina College at Durham, 1958; M. A., 1960; M.A. 
The Johns Hopkins University, 1972. History. 
Blacks in Washington, D. C, 1860-1870. 



Daniel Joseph Wilson, of Wausau, Wis., B. A. Wisconsin 
State University, 1972; M.A. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1974. History. 

Arthur O. Lovejoy: An Intellectual Biography. 



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THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY . BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21218 



OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR July 22 , 1976 

For those who use the Commencement Program as an official record of the awarding 
of degrees, please note the following changes to the 1976 Commencement Program: 

ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS 

1. Bachelor of Arts Degrees (Arts and Sciences) 

Delete: Bennett Joseph Bacon Dwight Allan Holmberg 

Jeffrey G. Benton Ira Phillip May 

James Aloysius Cahill III Mary Joan Mouakad 

Jonathan David Day Stephen J. Rozzo 

Jack Ira Deckelbaum Lissa Caren Runyon 

Jonathan Middleton Edwards Robert David Soloff 

David Leslie Ethridge John Edward Steiner, Jr. 

Joann Maria Feldman Elise Warns Storck 

David Kerr Heasley Richard Earl Suskind 

David Stewart Hodges Marguerite Cheryl Townsend 

2. Associate of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 
Delete: Lawrence Lynn Grimes 

3- Bachelor of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 

Delete: Richard Eugene Seifert 
k. Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degrees (The Evening College) 

Add: Alvin Seidel, of Randallstown, Md. 

5. Master of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 

Add: Patricia Ann Riina, of Baltimore, Md. , B.S. Monmouth College, 1972. 
Education. 

Mary Sheppard Zellars, of Columbia, Md., B.S. Howard University, 1967. 
Education. 

Delete: Monte Bruce Blacksberg Bessie Mae Ferrell Hythe 

Terry John Caracuzzo George Franklin Johnson 

Teresa Rich DeMartino Karen Elaine Minton Williams 

Frances Long Gill Susan Hume Wimsatt 



6. Master of Education Degrees (The Evening College) 

Delete: Patricia Paige Foust Wilbren Wayne McAfee 

7. Master of Liberal Arts Degrees (The Evening College) 

Delete: Ellen Reedy Cadwalader Brian Henry Schofield 

Mary Elizabeth Pivec 

8. Master of Health Science Degrees (The School of Hygiene and Public Health) 
Delete: Robin Joy Menes 

9. Master of Arts in International Affairs (School of Advanced International Studies' 
Delete: Karl Adalbero Kumpfmuller Gabriele Lauenstein 

10. Master of Arts Degrees (School of Advanced International Studies) 

Add: Jesse J. Alvarez, of Laurel, Md., B.S. University of Maryland, 1971. 

Eileen McDade Colligan, of Flemington, N.J. , B.A. College of William 
and Mary, 1963. 

Delete: Dolorita Marie Baecher George D. Levidis 

Kathleen Margera Brennan Mary Deborah Mills 

Carlo L. Cop Eliane Najros 

Eileen Patricia Dripchak Christopher Stuart Pfaff 

Marcia Almena Duncan Angie Frank Smith III 
Richard Allen Eychner 

11. Honors (Baccalaureate Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences) 
Add: Cecilia Lenk (Departmental Honors) 

Delete: Bennett Joseph Bacon Jonathan David Day 




THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY . BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21218 



OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR July 22, 1976 

For those who use the Commencement Program as an official record of the awarding 
of degrees, please note the following changes to the 1976 Commencement Program: 

ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS 

1. Bachelor of Arts Degrees (Arts and Sciences) 

Delete: Bennett Joseph Bacon Dwight Allan Holmberg 

Jeffrey G. Benton Ira Phillip May 

James Aloysius Cahill III Mary Joan Mouakad 

Jonathan David Day Stephen J. Rozzo 

Jack Ira Deckelbaum Lissa Caren Runyon 

Jonathan Middleton Edwards Robert David Soloff 

David Leslie Ethridge John Edward Steiner, Jr. 

Joann Maria Feldman Elise Warns Storck 

David Kerr Heasley Richard Earl Suskind 

David Stewart Hodges Marguerite Cheryl Townsend 

2. Associate of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 
Delete: Lawrence Lynn Grimes 

3. Bachelor of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 
Delete: Richard Eugene Seifert 

k. Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degrees (The Evening College) 

Add: Alvin Seidel, of Randallstown, Md. 

5. Master of Science Degrees (The Evening College) 

Add: Patricia Ann Riina, of Baltimore, Md. , B.S. Monmouth College, 1972. 
Education. 

Mary Sheppard Zellars, of Columbia, Md. , B.S. Howard University, 1967. 
Education. 

Delete: Monte Bruce Blacksberg Bessie Mae Ferrell Hythe 

Terry John Caracuzzo George Franklin Johnson 

Teresa Rich DeMartino Karen Elaine Minton Williams 

Frances Long Gill Susan Hume Wimsatt 



6. Master of Education Degrees (The Evening College) 

Delete: Patricia Paige Foust Wilbren Wayne McAfee 

7. Master of Liberal Arts Degrees (The Evening College) 

Delete: Ellen Reedy Cadwalader Brian Henry Schofield 

Mary Elizabeth Pivec 

8. Master of Health Science Degrees (The School of Hygiene and Public Health) 
Delete: Robin Joy Menes 

9- Master of Arts in International Affairs (School of Advanced International Studies) 
Delete: Karl Adalbero Kumpfmuller Gabriele Lauenstein 

10. Master of Arts Degrees (School of Advanced International Studies) 

Add: Jesse J. Alvarez, of Laurel, Md., B.S. University of Maryland, 1971. 

Eileen McDade Colligan, of Flemington, N.J. , B.A. College of William 
and Mary, 19^3 • 

Delete: Dolorita Marie Baecher George D. Levidis 

Kathleen Margera Brennan Mary Deborah Mills 

Carlo L. Cop Eliane Najros 

Eileen Patricia Dripchak Christopher Stuart Pfaff 

Marcia Almena Duncan Angie Frank Smith III 
Richard Allen Eychner 

11. Honors (Baccalaureate Candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences) 
Add: Cecilia Lenk (Departmental Honors) 

Delete: Bennett Joseph Bacon Jonathan David Day